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Strawberry Linden

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  1. "Part three of ‘The man who dated his RL boss (without her knowing it).’" Read more on the blog.
  2. "I have been away for a few days due to being isolated and quarantined but also dealing with a very sad incident that occurred." Read more on the blog.
  3. "If you’re in the market for high-quality freebies, have I got a website for you! It’s new, it’s called The Stay at Home Club, and the club’s founders state:" Read more on the blog.
  4. "A friend is not the shadow that mimics you, but the one who casts all shadows away." Read more on the blog.
  5. Pictured: Mystical Dreams Each week, the Second Life Destination Guide editorial team reviews dozens of new locations and events worth exploring. With all those beautiful destinations to check out, we thought we’d highlight a few of the entries that stood out to the editorial team. So in no particular order, here are a few locations on the Destination Guide that we recommend checking out this weekend. Mystical Dreams A mystical and magical land, where fantasy creatures reside. Embrace the fantasy, take a walk, explore, and let your imagination run free. There are many things to discover, so take your time to linger, dance, cuddle, and enjoy the companionship of friends. A wedding venue is also available, with many spots to take a perfect photo. Visit in Second Life Lavender Lake by TONAL Lavender Lake is a mountainous lakeside somewhere around the Adriatic Sea. A historical farming village, it got its name from the fields of purple flowers surrounding the hills. Before modern influence the locals produced essential oils, fragrances, and even a signature dessert wine using lavender. Now with modern development, homes are adorned along the cliffs overlooking the lake and tree tops. Visit in Second Life Sea Brook Sea Brook is a wonderful place to explore hidden places, ride horseback, lounge on the beach, play games, and more! Visit in Second Life Underwater Cove A lovely little undersea area to bring out the mermaid and merman in all of us. You can swim, dance, take pictures, and explore. A stage is set to host events periodically. Visit in Second Life A new art installation by Fiona Fei just opened at the GBTH Project. CHUANGHU (Windows) by FionaFei Chuānghu is an architectural installation in the style of ink wash. It is a modern take of today's urban environment, especially crowded areas filled with buildings and structures that are close together. In the meantime, it also provides a type of openness, where all the "walls" are see-through, acting as windows. Visit in Second Life The Second Life Book Club is a new series of literary-minded events. The region is currently open to explore and the first show will be on Wednesday, April 8th at 10am SLT. Teleport there early and watch the live show! Second Life Book Club Home of the Second Life Book Club, a series of literary-minded events. Draxtor Despres will bring established as well as up-and-coming authors, poets, publishers and indie store owners together for virtual book discussions every first Wednesday of the month at 10am SLT. For more information and to suggest show topics or guests, please visit: draxtor.com/slbookclub. The first live-streamed show is on Wednesday, April 8th at 10am SLT. Visit in Second Life There are many more events going on such as egg hunts and festivals! Check our Featured Events category for more places to explore and socialize. Got a spot that you’d like listed in the Destination Guide? Make sure to drop us a note at editor@lindenlab.com or submit your spot via web form. Connect with Second Life at the following links: Community | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Flickr Account | Flickr Group | Pinterest | Tumblr | Plurk
  6. "Part two of ‘The man who dated his RL boss (without her knowing it).’ This sudden swing to grumpiness did not deter him in the slightest from looking Curiosity up the very moment he stepped into his flat." Read more on the blog.
  7. This spectacular Neo-Japan contest entry by Gentle Monster is the Second Life pic of the day. For a chance to have your image featured as the Second Life pic of the day, submit your work to the Official Second Life Flickr Group, but don't forget to read the rules! Connect with Second Life on Social Media: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Flickr Account | Flickr Group | Pinterest | Tumblr | Plurk
  8. "There is still so much beauty in this world I have to believe that one day soon I can enjoy it fully again, together with the love of my life. That we all can be together with our loved ones. Let’s believe in tomorrow. I’m blogging so many beautiful things here, find the details below. Happy Friday everyone and stay safe!" Read more on the blog.
  9. "I just learned today from the Free*Style blog that the Genus Project, a major Bento head retailer in Second Life, is giving away a free version of their Strong Face model of female avatar head, which is Bento (fully adjustable) and supports Bakes on Mesh:" Read more on the blog.
  10. "I really enjoy a train journey, and I’ve done this trip before many times – its so relaxing. Above is the track and station layout for the Zany Zen Railway. You can join at any station but the trains do run to a timetable, so you might need to wait for it to arrive – very realistic!" Read more on the blog.
  11. "Today’s look is based around Raijin. History..Raijin is one of the most important gods in Japanese mythology and one scary-looking guy." Read more on the blog.
  12. "The SSPE regions connecting from the Victorian homes to the new Log homes are now open. There is alot of open terrain separating the two areas at the moment but it will be interesting to see how the Moles will transition both of the home styles in the weeks ahead." Read more on the blog.
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  14. "Being invited is always something nice, especially when it means to discover something new. I was asked to come over to Saddles to see returner Ed in SL – how could I say no when I neither knew Ed nor had visited Saddles before? Ed opened his show with his original “Spanish beauty”, a soulful start that immediately gave us a glimpse of what to expect in the next hour: a sentimental but relatively light and loose voice combined with good guitar playing." Read more on the blog.
  15. "March/April 2020 round - What is Neo-Japan to you? A picture is worth a thousand words, tell us a story with your photograph! Top three prizes sponsored by ::GABRIEL:: Winners will receive: 1st Place – L$10,000 2nd Place – L$5,000 3rd Place – L$3,000" Read more about the contest on the blog.
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