Warning: Post contains unedited snapshots taken in Low-Graphics mode. You have been warned. Hah…
I haven’t been posting nearly as much as I mean to, mostly because I’ve been so busy I feel like I barely get time to myself these days. Which is honest sort of a good thing, I’ve been slowly letting people in and letting myself get close again… and while it has hurt a bit, and made my anxiety rather intense in the process, I think it’s for the better. I’ve also been bumped up to management at the club I work for; so now I’m not only exclusive but have been falling more into a homebody sort of self. As much as an escort can be a homebody, I guess.
Either way, leave it to Miss Strawberry and her lovely memes to get me thinking and wanting to write another post. And this one has nothing to do with fashion… though if you’re looking for anything on any of these photos let me know – I’ll help!
Meme Instructions: List 5 pieces of advice you would give to a newcomer that has just joined Second Life. Don’t forget to leave a link to your post or advice in the comments.
1. Find a hobby… at least one… probably less than 10.
In my opinion, Second Life is about passions! One of my (many) hobbies is fishing, I find it just as relaxing and rewarding in SL as it could be in RL without sitting in a boat in a lake (which aren’t exactly very high right now in Arizona) at dawn.
2. Have fun!
Your avi is unique – it belongs to you and you alone… and the best part? You can be anything you want to be. I’m a stripper, a fisherwoman, a breeder of cats, a domme, a wanna-be fashionista, a lover of fine DJ’s, and the list goes on and on. You can be any species (including inanimate object) you wanna be – and wear whatever you want to wear (though, keep the Sim’s maturing rating in mind when you’re feeling rather naked). Yes, you can even fish in a cocktail dress and bunny ears. Because. Reasons.
3. Make friends with people that you can’t resist knowing.
Sure, they come and go… and sometimes it’s hard to get attached to someone that in all reality can just log off and never come back. And yes, that will happen and it will break your heart – but you know what, it’s okay because in the long run, it really is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all in every kind of love. In your travels, you’ll meet a *ton* of people – some you’ll forget, and some you’ll wish you could forget, but the ones that click with you, that you want to know, are a treasure that won’t be so soon forgotten. Side note: Thanks to my handsome kitty-fisher friend and TE King Borg for being a sport and letting me take pictures. <3