Feeling at a loose end this morning and not really wanting to be around a lot of people chattering away as I was somewhat 'delicate', I took myself off to Quackerstone Duck Racing. No idea why I go there as I am rubbish at driving any vehicle in SL, even a rubber duck!
I did have a go on a duck and came in with one of the worst times showing on the recent participants board, so nothing has changed in my driving skills.
Quackerstone Duck Racing can be found here.
As I was in the area, I popped 'upstairs' to Gos Boutique to worship the shoes. It seemed churlish of me to not buy any, so I treated myself to a pair of gorgeous sandals.
Hair: enVOGUE - Gisselle in dark browns
Top ans Skirt: S E V E N - Emina in blue
Shoes: [Gos] - Grace Sandal in bronze
Monday, 27 February 2017
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Monday, 13 February 2017
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
Hair: EMO-Tions - Mabel brown pack
Blouse and Skirt: Chez Giroux - 1920s Anastasia
Gloves: Sweet Thing - Madame Laveau in white for Maitreya (Gacha Item from Marketplace)
Stole: Plastix - Fox Fur Collar (White)
Jewellery: SL vintage from Bethanne Boyd!
Cigarette: Eclectic Randomness - Cigarette Holder Long
Today I received a notecard about the Speak No Evil Antibullying Campaign created by Models Giving Back so I went along to check it out.
It follows standard event rules with vendors arranged in a square set up, but is interspersed with positive and affirming signs and slogans. There is information about bullying and a photobooth so you can make your own "We Speak No Evil" photo. The setting itself is a beautiful, calming garden with ponds, wildlife and softly illuminated trees.
Visit the sim here.
Speak No Evil Antibullying Campaign - February 7 - February 28: A shopping event and photo campaign for charities supporting Anti-Cyberbullying Work. For more information about the event visit: http://speaknoevilsl.wordpress.com
- Bailey Saxmundham
- Hi, my name is Bailey and I am an avatar in Second Life. Although my avatar is predominantly female in Second Life, I am a gay male in real life. I choose to be female most of the time and don't see it as a big deal in a virtual world where so many people are furries, werewolves and inanimate objects. It is all fantasy. This blog is about me, the places I go, the clothes I wear, the people I meet, etc.
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