There are many coffee shops on Secondlife, so I decided to call mine “Another Coffee Shop.” I’d rather have a coffee shop than a house, because then people can drop in any time. The building is sold as a house, but I remodeled one wall to open wide for the summer crowd. (It was free on marketplace, from Sleepy Sniff.)
I can’t count how many houses I have had on Secondlife. I love to change houses often, because in my real life I have lived in the same house for more than 25 years. I took some pics right away, because so often I forget to do that before I move on to the next place. I made a garden area already, and added a tower to see the ocean better. Oh, and the attic is still a mess.
Located in Pahto, in the vicinity of Moonlight Garden, Luny Lighthouse and Pintail Beach, with a boat launch nearby at Leeward Cruising Club.
I planned to do the wordprompt first thing today, but I went for a walk and saw a beetle that glowed golden in the sunlight. But when I took a picture, the color faded. I killed a lot of time searching two insect books and then the MN insect page online. I thought about it so long that, in my mind, the beetle had grown to be the size of a science fiction danger to all living things. But, he did not kill me. I only killed time. Guilty!
In May, my assumption is that these flowers will flourish here. They will neither be eaten by rabbits or deer, nor will they keel over from lack of water and fertilizer. In other years, I spread the annual seedlings out along the fence. This year, I have chosen to pot them and group them altogether. It looks cheerful.
Does a giraffe feel awkward when he tiptoes around on his thin long legs? This giraffe designed by artist Cica Ghost looks like a smoother, more graceful relative, but it is definitely a giraffe. Artists love to set up small scenes like this, and crowds of people come to enjoy them. You can start out on Secondlife for free, and practice building things in a free sandbox, and maybe someday become known as a famous artist. Or maybe just enjoy the work of others, as I do, nearly everyday.
Do I feel awkward about inviting you to Secondlife? Nope. You see, I have tried inviting my friends, but they all stare at me and say, ‘Isn’t that just a game?’ and I think I should try inviting a different group of people–maybe those who already use the internet to be creative in the way people do here at word prompts.