You Can’t Sit With Us

You Can’t Sit With Us

Have you been to The Clique yet? The Clique is a shopping, music and fashion theater event in Second Life based on the 1985 John Hughes film The Breakfast Club. Whilst the event is not an 80s event, it is about the creations either featuring from the film or the people types, or cliques, of [...]

Those Quiet Times

Those Quiet Times

The final weekend of the Skin Fair is upon us and this will be my last blog post for the event. I've thoroughly enjoyed trying lots of different skins, make ups and more from the event. I've switched to Catwa today to show you the Insol skin, May. This skin is making me fall in [...]

Bloom not Gloom

Bloom not Gloom

Second Life may be on the cusp of moving to Spring...hell, the calendar might be saying it's Spring in real life but the weather has other ideas. In the UK we're heading into a another cold snap. Two weeks ago we were covered in snow with bitterly cold temperatures. My part of the country is [...]

Seasons Change

Seasons Change

You might notice something a wee bit different about Kess today...aside from the blondness. I've switched, temporarily, to the Catwa head Lona. I like when blogging challenges me. I've talked last month about how I had been challenging myself with more decor posts and with different colours in my fashion posts. Well, I'm currently blogging [...]

Empathy for the Devil

Empathy for the Devil

Monday morning ramblings from me today as I think out loud about a subject! We all need a kick up the ass sometimes to make us appreciate those we have around us and the trials that they have going on in their life. Everyone is dealing with their own battles and while we are we [...]

Be a Champ, not a Chump

Be a Champ, not a Chump

I've sat staring at this for a while not being able to decide what to write about today. Not because I don't have something to write about...I do. But because I'm debating whether I should write about it. I've decided on the whole not to and I'll tell you why.  This weekend held a lot [...]

Underestimation

Underestimation

Nothing spurs me on more than being told I can't do something. When I was around 10 years old my father and his watch crew (he was a firefighter) did a sponsored walk in the New Forest. I said I wanted to do and was told that I couldn't. It was too far and I'd [...]