It’s always nice to find somewhere peaceful and quiet and Wild Edge is exactly that. I can’t claim to have found this beauty myself as it was somewhere Artem introduced me to when we were sim hopping one day last month, but I am very glad he did. I really love the nature feel to this and how the terrain blends from winter to spring. The sim has been very well put together and has such a tranquil, natural feel to it. If you want a sim to just sit, chill and relax it’s perfection.
My youngest daughter had a short elfin hair cut around the age of 2/3 and her playschool photo from that time is up in the lounge at home. At Christmas my step-Grandson-to-be pointed at the photo and asked ‘who’s that boy?’. We all laughed…except my daughter who seems to think it was some kind of child abuse to have her in a short haircut at that age. She looked gorgeous. The irony is my step-Grandson-to-be (5) has long hair. Even he associated short hair for boys and that as a girl she should have had long hair. Hasn’t occurred to him that would make him different by his own logic. The joy of Second Life is that we can have unisex styles – or just wear whatever hair we want whether it was made for males or females. I’m wearing a new release for Salon 52 from Dura which is designed for males and females in the true sense of a unisex hair.
Hope your week started well and don’t forget to visit Salon 52 when it opens on Thursday at noon slt!
Head – Lelutka – Bianca 3.2
Skin – The Skinnery – Jerry
Location – Wild Edge