Decided to go shady on the grid. I like the idea of hiding behind a hoody and sun shades. Too bad in SL is rather impossible to stay incognito as you go around with your avatar's name on top of its head.
Until last year, I only celebrate Halloween in Second Life. I didn't know how people actually celebrate it in real life, because in my country and also in Portugal, don't have this holiday, but it was a nice experience. We put on creepy make-up and we went out on the street and meet with lots of people who were dressed-up in various costumes, one scarier than the other. It was fun indeed. And this year we will celebrate again, but most likely in a club, not on the street. I can't wait! Still, I have to think about dressing-up for the occasion. Hmm... Maybe I'll get myself inspired by Miraje, who's in for a treat with being plain fancy and sexy, not necessarily scary. Just tiny little bit, maleficent.
Pink Acid Catwa Roxanne Black N White Eyeshadow here
It's been a very long time since I've posted on my blog. By now, I probably have no one visiting this page anymore. But I took the chance and decided I should write again. My real life have changed dramatically and that is the main reason of my absence.
I now live in England, have a different job, a boyfriend and some very good friends. It's funny how the second life shifted for the real life and within last two years, I've had so many similar experiences as my avatar used to have in this virtual world. At some point I thought it might be karma or some sort of Universe power which triggered all that. Might be so, but to be honest at this point I do not regret a single thing I did.
As for the fashion blog, since I no longer posses a desktop computer, just a laptop, it think it might be hard for me to get some good photo shots. But, because I remember how much I used to love doing this I might struggle and try to make the best I can.
I miss all my SL friends, all the times we used to spend together. I miss everything. Many things have changed, but after spending more than 5 years in Second Life, one thing has not changed at all: It still feels like home when I log in.
So, if any of my readers see this article, please give me a shout. I'd be so glad to know I'm not standing here alone and hopeless. Thank you