I am always searching for something.
Saturday, June 28, 2008
I am always searching for something.
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
As most people will be aware James and I were married on Friday 20th of June in a private ceremony at our Island, we were joined by our closest friends both RL and SL.
I can honestly say it was the happiest day of my Secondlife (I can't say both lives as that was the day we met for real) but without certain people it would never have been the day it was and we would like to make special mention of a few people here:
Trinity Dechou, Trin is a my SL sis, many use that expression and usually I hate it but with Trin it means we think alike, we understand each other and we can talk about anything both SL and RL. She organised the hen night - with help from Pup witherspoon and Carter (plus the guys from JM models) and of course DJ Tangletwigs. For most SL weddings that's all that would have been done but of course Trin went further she organised the bridesmaids and made the day go like ,all the mechanics at the ceremony were down to Trins fantastic sense of timing and perfection.
I honestly would not have got down the aisle without her help. She was by my side through the whole organisation and preparation for the wedding and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Carter Giacobini - its pretty true to say Carter was instrumental in James and I realising our feelings for each other and we could think of no-one more apt to officiate over our wedding. Carter was definitely up to the challenge and went over and above to help James through the process, sorting out suits and vows and speeches and making sure James' English would pass muster (lol) and as already mentioned he went to huge lengths to make my Hen night one I will not forget in a hurry (pity I never got Boots' full name) Thank you Hun.
Dixie Barbosa - here I can do no better than use Dixie's own words:
'In a healthy relationship, we accept that each of us has unique thoughts, feelings, interests and viewpoints. We don't feel threatened by differences, because we trust, respect and honour each other. Our relationship doesn't depend on giving up ourselves.
We may share many activities, interests and beliefs. We may agree on many issues and decisions. But we are also free to disagree, to pursue separate interests, and to keep growing and changing in unique ways. Our personal growth contributes to the deepening and strengthening of the relationship.
Joining together is a beautiful human experience when it is shared by two whole people, complete in themselves. The space between is not a pit of lions, ready to devour us. It is a free-flowing river, over which we can build a bridge of trust, respect and love.
I have known both James and Dana for almost all of my Second Life, and I have had the honour and pleasure of meeting both in real life as well. It was actually during a weekend when they met for the first time, when they actually could look into each others eyes for real, for the first time. And there is one thing that struck me most when I saw them together, and that's the overwhelming love they feel for each other. They make a perfect team together and I think they have the perfect basis here to live a complete and very happy life together.
The road to happiness is not always a smooth one, and that definitely goes for these wonderful people. Both have their own lives and their own troubles. But I also know, trust and rely on the fact that they will resolve them, where possible together. Deep in my heart I know that at some point in time they will be together and enjoy a great life together.
When I talked to James a while ago, he described his Second Life relationship with Dana not as a virtual one. He said that it's not just a virtual thing, it's real love. The funny thing is that when I talked to Dana not long after that, she said exactly the same thing. Whether or not they have talked about this amongst themselves, or they both came to this conclusion individually, this was just an extra confirmation that they really mean it.
Even though there is a body of water dividing them that can be very stormy sometimes, Second Life to them is an outlet and a bridge, a way for them to be together. It's also a way for them to communicate.
I personally have a great deal of respect for both of them individually, but also as them as a couple. Today's ceremony confirmed that and I am very proud and moved to have witnessed this. Dana, James, I wish you a very happy life together. Keep up the good work, and even when things look grim, go back into your memories to that first weekend and remember how you felt then. Always be open and honest to each other. '
Thank you Dixie from both of us.
Breezes Babbi, Glitter and Aimee Trescothick - the rest of the family so to speak, Mommy everyone knows and they should by now know that without her in SL life would be very boring indeed and I was so happy that you and your RL daughter my Sis could join us on our special day - Aimee, has always been a quiet person but always there right through my secondlife and it was fitting she should also be there on the happiest day of it.
Intlibber brautigan was the name that came to my head as soon as i started thinking 'who would walk me down the aisle?' Most know that Caprona is within the BNT estate and also our head office and we have had a long business relationship with Int, but more than that it is a mutual respect. He has taught me a lot and I have the highest regard for his integrity - I could think of no-one more appropriate to have the honour of giving me away.
More Thank yous have to go to those that made things for the day and also went to a lot of trouble to fulfil requests that may have seemed extreme at the time :)
Chrissy Ambrose owner of Virtual Impressions shoes, she not only made my shoes with the fabric I provided, to perfectly match my dress, but went out of her way to tweak them when i changed the bridesmaids dresses. The shoes were perfection especially after trying about 100 pairs to find some to match - Thank you.
My Tiara came from Caliber, I must admit I had several tiaras but none seemed to fit as nicely as Nyres even then I couldn't decide between three different ones :) I am lucky she has so much choice.
James and Dixies suits were bought from Styles of Edo (who else would james go to for such a special occasion) Thank you Edo for the extra mile you went as always you created a wonderful design.
Also a special mention has to go to EmpressNever Rejected for the fantastic custom made flowers, she not only made my bouquet and the bridesmaids but buttonholes for the groom and bestman but manage to fulfil my last minute request for buttonholes for every wedding guest, white for the gents and maroon for the ladies. I can't say how impressed I was by her polite manner and quick service, especially at short notice and for someone on the opposite time zone to myself. She was just wonderful if you would like to see what she does go and visit her shop HERE.
Jean Munro I have to say is one the best singers in SL singing anything from Jazz to country and not only did she sing our theme song which is not on her normal playlist but she also continued to sing when our DJ let us down at the last minute. To hear Jean sing you can check out her Facebook.
We have a lot of friends in Secondlife, some have become real friends outside too, there is no way to measure what those friendships mean, there is no way to express our gratitude to those who we call real friends, whether in SL or out, they are there for both of us in good times and in bad. This was one of the best times and it means a lot that those friends were there to share it with us.
Thank you all
JamesT and Dana
Monday, June 23, 2008
This is about the stuff we are made of.
That is what is making everything up: the way you look in SL, the things you do in SL.
The illusion is almost perfect, so it’s easy to think we can be somebody else. A tall and dark avi, when we are short and blonde in RL. Or big boobs. Or big muscles. Or big… feet. Or maybe we can look like a furry tiny pet or something that could be Cameron’s Alien’s baby sister. Or brother.
The primal fantasy here is… we get to be somebody else.
Some people just try to manufacture a better version of themselves. Some people unleash a darker side. Some people manage to juggle a number of alts that bring them close to becoming virtual Sybils.(At least… that is what they think).
Well… I have news for you.
If you have been in SL for a while, by now you must have noticed that whatever you do to be “different”… finally yields to who you are in the first place.
The one you are in RL.
The Puppet Master.
The one that glues everything else together. The one you go back to when you log off.
Once we learn how to edit appereance, we design ourselves to fulfill whatever we think we are lacking. Or to look like we think we should. Or to totally hide from the “real” world.
And we go “in world” and mingle.
And we get busy learning how to deal with this world. And we make friends. Or not. And we explore, or not. And we commit… or not. And that is what we haven’t changed.
The way we share our experience and our existence is like our finger prints. Unique. Almost impossible to change just from looking different and hiding our true identity.
We won’t be generous if we are selfish. We won’t be funny if we don’t have a sense of humor. We wont be affectionate if we are cold. We will be shy and won’t take our clothes off in public if we would never do that in RL. And if we do it in SL, and are ready to swear we would never do that in RL… that’s because the circumstances haven’t been propitious.
But if you find yourself amazed at having fun doing things you would never be caught dead doing in RL… welcome to your secret self. The one that’s having a blast in SL. Or it’s heart broken.
But it’s NOT somebody else. It’s always you. And this is the beauty of this virtual world.
Think back. Take a stroll down your SL life memory lane. The question is not “Who have I been?” It’s more like: “WHAT have I been DOING all this time?” “ HOW have I BEEN to others?”
We will realize that the hands that hold the wheel, have learned to drive in RL.
We end up being here who we are out there.We can change our names, our looks, our age. Tell our story, or tell a different story. Choose to remain a mystery. We are what we are, plus the stuff our dreams are made of. We can make many versions of us … but deep down they are all the same.
I don’t know if watching ourselves and our experience here might help us change in ways we didn’t expect. But then we would also change in RL. So who we are in both worlds…still remains one and the same. So be careful. Be nice to others. Be thoughtful. Happy go lucky psychopaths are a dime a dozen. But they don’t stay long. They don’t matter.
But the ones who choose to stay… we are so much more vulnerable than we are in RL, where our skin is always tougher than we think.
Avi’s skin? Just a fragile bunch of pixels.
The problem is… the heart is for real.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Pondering what to do next?
A gal can just watch so much Television, read a book, it is time to roam.
Up up and away I go.
Lets discover a Farm. ah do I look like a farm gal? Nah, but what the heck, grab a hoe and scuffle the dirt. Who knows what might be turned over.
Mmm spys a little shiny in the ground. wazoo a gem, fools gold. Blast, I need the real thing. there must be a nugget for Bree in here somewhere.
Buzz Buzz, dratted bees a buzzing around me.
Dare they sting me? Better not. I swat them dead as a doornail. You ever have seen a dead doornail? Me neither niether. Oh so silly I am today.
Today, oh migosh how can I tell. A liitle birdie told me thats how.
Hey you. sitting on this rock!
This is my territory. Get thee begone. Pearls and oyster shells are mine, ALL mine doth thou hear???
Better hear lest I give you Bree's special version of skedattle baby!
Searching for some treasure, it is so hard to find. Now, here you see Bree thinks her treasure is at the bottom of this Wishing Well.
Nooo, some shiny pennies, some fairy dust is all I found. sighs.
Wait, Bree looks around sees the bright blue sky, not a cloud around.
so I wander and follow the path of my lifes dream, til I find a cavern , entering I see a wonderous site, greenery amongs the cold grainite walls fill my heart and on a lighter note, discover a can of coca cola waiting for me.
hahah oh wonder who loves coca cola more than me?
Read this paper and you will see Bree has discovered her treasure right here on Secondlife. enjoy my friends to your hearts delight, tis within your reach.
Monday, June 16, 2008
Did you ever had the feeling that you wanted to go/
Still have the feeling that you wanted to stay…/
That's from an old Jimmy Durante's song that explains perfectly well how I felt about SL, when I first logged in and became an overwhelmed cyber-challenged Newbie.
I was never hooked on video games, my mind had already been captured by the tales and the myths books and movies told.
So, what was keeping me?
It didn't take long to discover that some of those tales and myths that had molded my mind had found their way into this virtual life, and had brought their magic along.
Please, bear with me.
First: you are provided with an avatar. It takes a while to have it look the way you want… but when that happens, you have the perfect mask. And behind the mask: the Phantom hides. Unless we are relentless narcissists, most of us always feel we have to hide our real selves to the world.
So we start secretly enjoying that. We have an avatar that whispers in our ears:
"Open up your mind/let your fantasies unwind/you know you cannot fight/the darkness of the music of the night."
Start to go/
Change your mind/
Here you discover that if we wish to remain looking the same… for ever… (let's not forget most people in SL choose to look young and lovely), then your avatar becomes Dorian's Gray.
And it's us, in RL, who become the avi's portraits, and grow old and wither instead of them.
It's tough you had the feelin that you wanted to go/
Still have the feeling that you wanted to stay/
So you run around as the Phantom that has become beautiful and immune to time and start prancing from sim to sim until you come across the Rabbit, who without asking your permission teleports you through his rabbit hole. And we edit and click to be able to get into the beautiful garden, because we realize we will finally have a real chance to get invited by the dangerous Queen Of Hearts to play croquet.
It's tough to have the feeling that you wanted to go/
Still have the feeling that you wanted to stay/
And then is when you realize you are in Neverland.
You finally flew to that island where we all get to be children again, and we choose to be Peter Pan, or Captain Hook, or the Lost Kids, untill Wendy talks us into our senses and makes us turn off our computers.
We had enough for this day.
Did you ever had the feeling that you wanted to go/
Still have the feeling that you wanted to stay?"
Next time you are in doubt, look at the SL midnight sky. You'll see your shadow fly pass across the pixel moon.
Next time you log out…do it slowly. And like the Cheshire Cat, your grin will remain.
Saturday, June 14, 2008
Ji & Mx
Like all, we met on a dance floor
Choosing our dances with care
Graciously we whirled around
Seeking the points of contact
Like many, our minds opened
Looking for a common ground
Of joyfulness and happiness
Experiencing sadness and pain
Like many, our love blossomed
Tenderness and caring
Intense and exploratory
Giving meaning to a feeling untold
Like few, we crossed the chasm
To seek and find support
In our daily struggle for life
For wisdom and guidance
Entanglements of two people
Caring so much
Being so close
Never to fuse
Carved in glass
We live forever
Capturing the spirit
Of parallel worlds
Mx Maximus & Jiane Renoir, June 10, 2008, Cove Maximus, The Wild Coast (102,3,21)
The glass art is designed and produced by PleaseWakeMeUp Idler Throwing Stones Gallery, Artropolis (170,243,22)
Friday, June 13, 2008
This is a skill that still stumps even the well seasoned of us. How to get our newly bought items out of their package. A simple skill that when you are in a rush can leave you wearing the advertisement and not the product.
Remember you can only open items if you are in a public area or if you have a group tag for the area you are in.
Step #1: After you have bought your item look under the Recent Items tag for the new product. Once you have found it click on it. A drop down menu should appear.
Step#2: If it is a piece of clothing, the words ADD TO OUTFIT should appear. If so click on this. It will automatically change your outfit for you. If the word WEAR appears, then you might end up with it attached to your arm. If this happens, then you need to click on the item again and choose DETACH. This will let you start over.
Step #3: Click on the square beside the name of the item and drag it onto the ground.
Step #4: Click on the object. A pie chart should appear. Choose the word OPEN. Another menu will pop-up saying Copy to inventory or Move to inventory. Choose this button. Now click on the object again, another pie chart will appear, this time choose TAKE. This puts the item you bought back into your inventory there for not leaving it out for someone else to take. Most will show up in your Recent Items tab but always check your Lost and Found just in case.
If you have bought an item that is not clothing, simply click on the square beside the items name and drag it onto the ground. Then proceed to click on the object and chose in your pie chart Open. Then choose the Move/Copy to inventory button. Once you have done this click on the object again choosing Take from the pie chart.
Getting an item is called Rezzing. Always remember to take back into your inventory anything that you have rezzed in a public spot.
Banner by Dana Vanmoer
Photos by reporter Dashwood Dayafter
Shopping Bag from BabyDoll's Lingerie and Costumes
Monday, June 9, 2008
I decided to find out more about the person that created our memorable day.
BU: Well the fact I like to help people for starter's , its exciting to see someone's dreams coming true in second life as in the real world , to be able to provide the " perfect " wedding , to see those smiling faces and making the dreams become reality
BD: Well I can understand that speaking from my own experience, lol
BD: What is the worst thing that has happened at a ceremony?
BU: Well , I’d like to say there hasn’t been anything " bad " happen but I suppose the worst is some one coming to “grieve”, which there is no way totally for me to ensure this from happening , I had a gentlemen come dressed as the dark vador character , flying around through the wedding. I found out it was a person the groom had " ticked " off , so I had to come from my stand to hunt the person and eject and ban the avatar , so I would say that is probably the worst that has happened
BD: Have you had any strange 'requests' for a ceremony and can you tell me what it was?
BU: I have a lot of different request's over 1000 weddings thinking back , in my own words the strange request would be in the world of BDSM , with the Master / Slave/ Gor , it was a bit odd for myself the first time I had this requested so I did have to research a bit and learn the custom's and it was rather interesting to find the nature of the BDSM / Gor , but my personal opinion , if it makes the person happy then so be it we will perform anything to make sure that the day is certainly special for the couple , .... the only other thing I can think of that was certainly strange, I had two ladies wanting to marry the same gentlemen so I found this rather odd. But keeping in mind this is second life and anything is possible, (smiles)
BD: I know you are quite busy now, but how hard was it for you to 'establish' the business?
BU: Well the company had mostly established when I came along , when I first started working in second life I worked under the former owner, Alisha Appin . She helped guide me along and taught me most that I know , she was a very good friend to me and the day she came to me and told me she was closing I thought to myself, I couldn’t let this happen so I purchased the company from her. I’m certainly not her by any means, she knows all there is to know about the wedding business in second life. She has taught me everything I know about it , and still helps guide me along , and anyone that had the pleasure of meeting Alisha certainly meet a wonderful person. When I worked with her we made quite the team in the wedding business but now that I am on my own , it’s a bit different , she still helps occasionally and gives me advice on many things but since she has retired to a island to build her dream.
BD: I know you offer a range of ceremony 'packages, what would you say is the most popular?
BU: well my premium packages are popular most people want there days to be special and to have everything I have to offer , so most I would say would be the diamond and ultimate package's
BD: In RL you are a radio DJ, so does this fit in well with your SL role?
BU: Yes the rl radio dj does fit in with my role here , I do the music for all my weddings , all songs that the happy couple requests there played at the wedding / reception so yes it does fit my sl role in many ways
BD: Well I know you did a great job at our wedding, the guests loved the music you played .
BU: Thank you (smiles)
BD: How difficult is it for you to choose the music that the couple have not specifically requested?
BU: Well I usually take the genre of the music for example from there weddings songs they request and I try to mix from that , it gives me a good idea of what the happy couple like's as far as music.
BD: Has there been a really strange request for a particular song/piece of music?
BU: Yes in some ways , but it’s all what the couple wants of course , you would think weddings would consist of love songs , etc , I find that " I’m in love with a stripper " isn’t typical wedding music but its been requested by the couple , so of course its played.
BD: Maybe one of the couple was a stripper.
BU: Maybe but its still odd wedding music (smiles)
BD: True. On average, how many ceremonies to you do in a week?
BU: On average I am running 20 or more per week
BD: Do you still get nervous when you carry out the ceremony?
BU: No , at first I was insecure mostly of doing the ceremony’s on my own , afraid of doing something the wrong way , since I had worked with Alisha for a long time and she was always with me helping , so when I moved to doing things on my own I was nervous yes , but now its very natural for me to do most things on my own.
BD: That's good to know, you certainly coped with our nervousness on the day, very professional.
BU: I have learned , to try to calm , because I’m sure most are nervous when they come to the special day , because they want everything perfect , so I do everything with in my power according to sl to take the stress and pressure off the happy couple so that they enjoy there special day
BD: It worked for Mattt and I lol
BU: So you can see first hand , and that is how I am with all couples whom I perform service's for (smiles)
BD: What advise would you give to a couple planning to have a ceremony?
BU: Well I would first say to them , to decide there date and time , then from there we decide to custom there package , to meet there needs not everyone needs the ultimate deal , so in short I would say , to first decide the dates and times , and then let myself handle the rest (smiles)
BD: What will happen if you decide to tie the knot?
BU: oh my , your speaking of myself now ?
BD: Yes lol
BU: I think hell would freeze over
BU: But I am certain , if miss right came along , I would ask some one to perform my wedding (smiles)
BD: It will happen one day, I thought it never would but , bingo, Mattt and I lol
BU: Yes I’m sure she is out there , she just needs to be found (smiles)
BD: What is the hardest part of your SL 'job'?
BU: Well the hardest part , I would definitely say is not finding enough hours in a day to do the things my job requires , I am usually on second life 14+ hour's a day , there are many weekends I have been here for 24 hours because of weddings I had booked back to back in a 24 hour period , so the hardest part of my sl job would be finding enough time to help everyone
BD: So I take it you don't have much time to relax and do your 'own thing' in SL?
BU: No I very rarely do my " own things " in second life , the time I do find I spend with friends , dancing , being a dj at a great country club , or exploring
BD: Out of all the many weddings you have carried out, is there one in particular that stands out, and for what reason?
BU: Well friends weddings have stood out the most to me , because they are personal friends , but there are so many that stands out in my head because I’d love to think all the weddings we do are wonderful.
BD: What would be the hardest part of the ceremony for you?
BU: It has all comes natural now , so there is no real hard part (smiles)
BD: Mattt and I chose the 'Beach' area to marry in, what is the most popular 'theme'?
BU: Between my garden and beach theme.
BD: Without mentioning names, have you ever carried out a ceremony for the same person twice? i.e., they divorced and remarried.
BU: Yes it certainly happens
BD: Do you carry out a 'Renewing of Vows' ceremony?
BU: Yes we do
BD: I'll remember that (smiles)
BD: On a personal note, what would be your ideal location for a honeymoon in RL
BU: The beach (smiles)
BD: I can understand that lol
BD: Ok, as I have left my notes in my briefcase at rl work, I can't think of anything else; Anything you want to add off your own back?
BU: No I think we have pretty much covered it all Baron , and I certainly thank you for choosing Love Story Weddings for your personal and special day , I hope that many other's will come as well , also I’d like to personally thank you for this interview its been a true pleasure to sit down with you , and to all the reader's , I would love to for them to come to Love Story Weddings and allow us to make there special day perfect (smiles)
BD: Right, thanks a lot for your time, sorry it took so long to meet. Thanks again for all you did on our special day (smiles)
BU: Well thank you (smiles)
You know what is so wonderful about SecondLife to me?
Well sometimes things go the wrong way, you say the wrong thing, people take it maybe in a way you wish they did not. You try to fix it, if you are fortunate to have made great friend you will overcome.
I make many friends, I try to help them and they most certainly help me. This is what I hope you all try to do.
It is hard to know in SL as in RL who to trust.
I have met many a troubled folk in my journey of this life . The stories I have heard can break your heart.
I try to give the best advice I know how. I try to even take my own advice. ha Yes, It even makes me help myself.
Reach out and listen , learn to know to the best of your ability. There are so many fantastic people in this life.
Don't judge them by the appearance; a dragon may become your best friend. I have dragons, furrys, fairies, poet, king, Queens, dj's and nekos, even a few humans, hahah, in my life. oh what a wonderful life this is.
From mansions and palaces to humble abodes, from caves in mountain ranges to under sea lairs, a skybox in the clouds to teepees and desert dwellings, from castles in the sky; some atop the highest mountains, big yachts, sampans to beach dwellings a paradise for sure can be found.
From rags to riches is all around.
Healthful remedies from lands beyonds in our hands and minds all can be found.
I guess i have probably left things out I just want you to have a great time .
Live Love and Learn is a motto I have read in many a profile It is the best advice .
Enjoy my friends
Saturday, June 7, 2008
I've found myself going to Luskwood more often since the Fortellia club closed down. Often, nothing much was going on. Other times someone would start up the music, and a small dance party would start. I usually saw just a few dancers, though some could bring in more with lively music.
Recently, one woman has been making appearances in Luskwood, passing out free copies of dance party gear, and calling everyone onto the floor to swing to the music. HappyFeline Tigergirl, the founder of the "Fun Rave Dance Cult," has been doing her best to stir up fun when she appears at the tree platform.
HappyFeline came into Second Life in March 2008, coming up with the idea of encouraging people to dance shortly there after. "I really just started to make parties to get them up and mixing," she told me, "and then some told me it was so nice to have new friends and fun. Now I seem to have a new job."
The "Rave" gear HappyFeline passes out consist of glowsticks, flashy batons, dark avatar-sizes globes that show just a colorful silhouette of the dancer inside, globes of bright flashy colors, and others. Too many dancers with too much flash means some people nearby will start to lag, so some just dance with a glowstick in hand, or wear a fancy avatar while dancing.
Of her favorite locations to start up a dance party, HappyFeline considered Luskwood "My specialty," making some occasional rounds at Rocket City. She has been looking for other areas to hold a party, wanting to keep people happy, "I love getting notes (saying) that things cheered them up."
No doubt she'll continue.
Thursday, June 5, 2008
We have all done it. Lived the first few days or weeks with the Newbie hairdos. Not very flattering, but very easy to fix. Once you have gotten some Lindens you will be able to buy yourself a new do.
After having looked in the Search for Hair and arriving at your shop of choice, always buy a demo. Most demos cost only $1 Linden, some are even free. The last thing you want is to waste your Lindens on hair that just does not suite you (trust me I have made that mistake too)
Buying a Demo: When you find a style you think might look good on you, simply click on the image marked Demo. A pie graph should appear with the word Buy or Pay. Click on the Buy/Pay section.
Step 1: You need to go to Appearance and click on Hair then Style. Make yourself BALD by playing with the volume and length of your style.
Step 2:You open your Inventory, go to the tab Recent Items and find the Demo you just bought.
Step 3: Click on it. A drop down menu should appear. You click on WEAR. You should be wearing your Demo Hair. You will know this by the large box floating above you with the store logo.
This will give you some time to run around In-World for a few hours or so letting you decide if it is right for you. When you have made up your mind you can return to the store and buy the colour and style you like.
To change your style: If you have bought a few choices, to change your look you simply go into your inventory, scroll down to the name of the hair you want to wear (the style in this photo is Sirena Spirit) click on it and choose WEAR in the drop down menu. Wait a few seconds and your new style will replace the old one.
Banner by Dana Vanmoer
Photos by reporter Dashwood Dayafter
Demo Hair By Sirena Hair and Fashion
Monday, June 2, 2008
I made Rezz day!
Never thought I would make the first month. So many patient Friends helped me and today my real life daughter has decided to try ooooooooohhhhhh glory be is she going in a whirl. Have we all not been in this horrid state? Yes, and pretty soon we are in the midst of an awesome world. What shall we be today, a Tiny, A robot, a Greenie (lol) what cute Furry can we be? I have a Friend who was the best furry Fox SL has ever seen. He won a contest and decided to become Pepe DEPew My very favorite skunk. Now what interests me, is that the skunk has abilities to fix up a avvie who distresses Pepe. Ah, oh boy, I would hope no-one ever makes Pepe upset. I also hope to heaven they do not knock on my door. Hilarity as I write this story. Well, I wish to tell you DJ Qwark and his lovely partner Gemma Cleanslate gave me a Rezz Party in the fabulous Hydra Spaceship we had the best time ever, friends I hadn't seen in such a longtime were there and friends from all over graced me with their presence.
My sincere loving thanks to my almost rl daughter Dana for inviting and striving even to this day to get Mommy out of the direst circumstances. Yep if it can be messed up Bree can do it.
The Rezz day started with Bree buying a very very nice dress, forgetting and clicking Drop in the shop and Yep , Lost the box with my Dress.
I was late for my own Party. Oh not that that was the beginning, Nah I moved the whole upstairs of my Saadi home. Oh glory be. He never knew. lol
Yes, Gemma tried and fixed part for me, and my lovely Dana put his home back together again. Now I am being told even downright ordered to "LEARN TO EDIT". lol Mind you many people have tried to teach me. Each time I get a bit better.
AAAAAAH Bree you got to be joshing yourself, after a year, You move the upstairs of a nice big mansion lol Welllllll yes, I know Bree is a Ninny, now all who trod through this maze of words knows it too.
Now, the Day after, I want to tell you Congratulations To the Relay for Life ACS for the wonderful month of May concerts and the beginning of June for the Jailhouse donations. We have reached the halfway mark and a hearty applause for all the Donations and the terrific participants that were jailed. We had a blast. Yays for RFL teams and all the hard hard work, it is a labor of Love and we give thanks for them and you.