"The sims become slowly more and more Rough and so we had 2 crashes yesterday out of 8. Lucy, Jenna, Sea, Viv, Lisa, Moon Rugger and Sirius came to race our B25 Course with wind north east and 18 knots." Read more on the blog.
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A showcase of posts from Second Life Bloggers in the community. Are you a blogger that wants to join the Second Life Blogger Network (SLBN)? Fill out the submission form today! https://community.
Entries in this blog
"Hey Heartrun, So good to meet you in NOVA’s this morning! I am currently transitioning in real life — male to female — and my journey has had its wide varieties of up’s and down’s. Most of the down’s came before I really committed to my transition. Not to say there hasn’t been some tough days after I started hormone replacement therapy, because there definitely have been — but for the most part it has been positive. My question is why is everyone so dang quiet in Second Life?" Read more on the blog.
"Books certainly are portable magic to me. I love all of the famous nature writers. Some of my faves are Edward Abbey, John McPhee, and Barry H. Lopez. They take me places and describe it so beautifully." Read more on the blog.
"In the Firestorm Viewer the following communication status options have an automatic response." Read more on the blog.
"Well, it may be true that there are many many people as well as avatars who want to rule everything and be the center of all attractions. You know those people. They are like roaches everywhere. But are they all bad or is there a deeper meaning to them?" Read more on the blog.
"Buckle up, Buttercup, this little witch is tired, frustrated, and in a lot of pain. Today has been a long one. It started with waking up with swollen arms and legs, joint pain, and a headache. Then it went downhill from there." Read more on the blog.
"Throughout my life, I always felt it therapeutic to write down my thoughts, ideas, goals, etc. It feels like you are cleaning up the clutter in your brain,clearing up some space to store more information that is bound to come up in the future. I love writing or doodling down how I felt on a specific day, how I reacted to it. It helps me grow, to learn from my mistakes and to become a better person." Read more on the blog.
"I may have mentioned this before, during my ten-year tenure as a blogger, but I don’t like Halloween. In fact, I’ve mentioned it every year. Soon as October rolls around and designers begin sending me their skull and bat emblazoned designs, I get the grumps and tell you all about it." Read more on the blog.
"The other day I was reading this blog post from ReadMeri and it got me thinking about secrets and how easily they are collected. I added my own to the comments, completely missing the link to add them anonymously *facepalm* Anyway, I shared a secret and it wasn’t until I received a response that I learned it sounded completely different than what I meant." Read more on the blog.
"A tragedy is “an event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress, such as a serious accident, crime, or natural catastrophe.” We have all have dealt with immense stress at times. Some of us may be currently dealing with it. Suffering in silence while some in our networks stay quiet about our collective destruction. There are many things you can do to protect your sanity. " Read more on the blog.
"A couple of days ago my husband looked at the screen and said “Freda got dark circles and eye bags. She works too much at the computer…”. And it’s true! I did not change anything with my avi and she looks tired just like real me." Read more on the blog.
"I have wanted to do a photo like this for the past month or so, but I haven’t had the time. Plus, I couldn’t find any poses that had a sit similar to what I wanted. I tried adjusting some poses but it was a mess. " Read more on the blog.
"Greetings this autumnal morning. This is one of the TOR Sunrise presets. That reminds me, I need to take a good look at EEP. That’s also working in Firestorm now right?" Read more on the blog.
"As I stared down at the bill in front of me, I wrinkled my forehead. My eyes narrowed as I stared at the strange “customer service” charge. I scanned over to see the new $10 charge. I scratched my head and let out a deep breath. After I checked my notes I recalled what the issue had been. So, I called customer service." Read more on the blog.
"When you blog, it’s tempting to think you are talking to the people ‘down there’. By that, I mean the people who press ‘like’ or who comment – and of course, that’s true. However, you’re also talking to people you don’t know are there. A bit like Truman, in the eponymous movie." Read more on the blog.