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Linden Lab

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"I have never had a child and I find it extremely daunting and often feel terrified. I just know that it is okay to feel that. It is normal. If I ever choose to have children, I am sure that I will find it still daunting and terrifying but in new and wonderful ways. That is life. A daunting mess that we go through and create something with what we are given or take."

There's more to read on the Lookbook, What Lookbook? blog.

Linden Lab


"he puppies and I have been on a mission to find the perfect Christmas tree and we did so in the most beautiful setting. The girls are excited that we’re bringing a whole tree inside the house.. but no chewing on it! This is also why I can’t put my presents under the tree. They are very good puppers, but they just can’t resist opening presents!"

Read more on Sander's blog.

Linden Lab


"Pianos have been – if you’ll pardon the pun – something of a theme for me over the last couple of years; particularly those made by Eku Zhong and Yure4u Sosa for their Culprit brand. In September 2018, I wrote about the Culprit upright piano, and then in March of 2019 year, I reviewed the Culprit baby grand"

Read the rest on Inara Pey's Living in a Modem World blog.

Linden Lab


" I went away this weekend. It was meant to be an eleven hour drive, but between traffic, puppy stops and eating… it took me almost 13 hours to get there and close to 14.5 hours to get back. The Airbnb we stayed at in NC was in the mountains with no service or wifi. Apparently, it said there was no wifi and service was spotty in the description, but I didn’t really read that nor did either of my friends. Lesson learned. It was nice though, being away. Minus the creepy tunnel (I thought I was going to be abducted by aliens), and the fog (I thought the spirits were going to take me)."

Want to find out more? Visit the Tapas and Clothes blog.


Linden Lab


"Currently open at the Museum of Fine Arts in Second Life is the third part of a series celebrating les trois grandes dames of French Impressionism. Having featured Marie Bracquemond in the first part of the exhibition (see: The Museum of Fine Arts in Second Life) and then Berthe Morisot in the second (see: Berthe Morisot at the Museum of Fine Arts), this final part turns to the work of Mary Stevenson Cassatt (May 22, 1844 – June 14, 1926)."

Read more on Inara Pey's blog.

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