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Entries in this blog
"Chronicles & Legends: Deep Blue Sea opened yesterday and I fell in love with the gorgeous skin by Fallen Gods, a new entry into the Oceanica series which sports subtle scales and hints of colour that remind me of bioluminescence. An older set from deviousMind, Lorelay, was the perfect outfit for my deep sea Princess, and the extravagant hair from Mythril completed the look. The hair is actually animated and looked perfect when underwater, making it seem as if it was swaying around in the water like kelp." Read more on the blog.
"Second Life is home to many combat roleplay communities, as well as science fiction roleplay. ECHELON is a store which caters to these players with outfits, accessories, weapons, and even vehicles, and they are generously giving away a HUGE collection of such items for absolutely FREE! Just teleport to the store, join the – E C H E L O N – group for free, and click on the rotating white sign in the middle of the store:" Read more on the blog.
"Hi, hi! Long time no see, isn’t it? Well, I’m back, at least for a while, to let you know about the great things you can get at CozyFest, one of Fifty Linden Friday’s events. ♥ The event is open until the 4th of February and you can get a lot of items priced at 50L. There are also gifts for those in the FLF group that you can join here." Read more on the blog.
"I’m back! like a strange person suddenly busting in through your door and throwing out those jazz hands I’m here. Did you miss me? I feel like I ask this a lot and I can feel you roll your eyes. It’s okay, take a seat, lets chat. I’m feeling incredibly accomplished today and some of that is just boosting my general mood. I have a plus 10 moodlet. I could even say I was feeling quite playful. It’s amazing how little it takes sometimes to make you feel accomplished. Or rather to make me feel accomplished." Read more on the blog.