Seasalt and Music

Seasalt and Music

Happy Saturday. I've had a busy, fun, productive and interesting Saturday so far. I hope yours has been too! Feverfete opened this week and I got the chance to take a look around pre-opening and take in the feel, and of course, check out the stores and vendors. The venue really does have a fabulous [...]

Beach Break

Beach Break

 Good Morning. Phew...it's starting to heat up around here in so many ways. The weather for one in real life...that would be really nice if the owners of the office I work in would turn the heating off!  I'd certainly rather be sitting on this beach which is made almost solely from items from the [...]

Lightroom

Lightroom

Happy Saturday. I am playing a little catch up after One Billion Rising which incredibly well! We're already talking about next years event! I did want to mention something else that I was involved with a couple of weeks ago which was the filming of a Designing Worlds episode about Legacy in Second Life. It [...]

Please, Don’t You Rock My Boat

Please, Don’t You Rock My Boat

I could sit on that bench, in that scene, for hours. A year ago I couldn't have said that. I would struggle to sit still for a few minutes let alone hours. The people we spend time with have a way of influencing how we feel about things. I've found myself being far more open [...]

Cool it Down

Cool it Down

When I did the talk at SL15B about home and garden decor I commented on how delightful it is to see so many bloggers turning their hand to creating and designing for Second Life. Dahlia by June Fallon, Granola by Kimbra Iridescent and this brand, crate by Anabelle Marquis. I have the pleasure of working [...]

The Street Where the Riches of Ages are Stowed

The Street Where the Riches of Ages are Stowed

I'm a girl from North Kensington, born in London but I moved out to the town I live in when I was just a couple of years old. My grandmother and my great grandmother both lived in North Kensington and Ladbroke Grove in London for many years after we moved. I'd go stay with my [...]