Lately my life has expanded since my typist is having a roll of efficiency, synchronicity and flow in her life. She looks around and finds that the important things are done and since it’s rainy and windy out I get to do more things.
Today I went dancing at Junkyard Blues. My partner was great company, but I had to turn the audio back on every 30 seconds. I’m guessing now that it’s something to do with memory instead of my viewer. I used to watch hulu and be in SL at the same time; my overworked laptop! Looking into it, I see that using a laptop and wireless, which I do, isn’t recommended. And I’m going to have to care a lot more to do anything about this.
The Wendigo Lake roleplay sim is still in beta. But some of us have been playing and whatever the character generator system will change later, I’ll just go with it. I have a werewolf boyfriend who is real life knowledgeable about World of Darkness and he’ll help me with my character sheet. I don’t know if I’ll be able to keep my room at the boarding house or my job as hostess at the Asian Tea House when the Vampires take over. I’m having fun now though.
So while I was mostly afk, I noticed that Seraphim Placebo was online. She is the curator at Placebo Gallery and I was hoping that she was placing Life is a Force by real life illustrator Chris Attwell up. I’d seen it recently on Attwell’s blog. Later I went to have a look and there it was; the cute little blue alien is still there as well.
I bought a copy and put it in my boarding house room. I hope this thing about the new Linden Labs TOS gets sorted soon regarding textures and art uploaded.
One of the ways I get to be in SL more is that lately my typist’s detector of what’s going to pay off for her and humanity and also what’s fake, shadowy, a sham and energy draining is way more acute. Just letting go of a lot of nonsense is freeing up her time and other resources.
Now she’s turning a gimlet eye to some of what I do but I’m counting on that meaning I’ll just have more quality time here.
Seraphim and I want the next painting you like to be a gift, in appreciation, not only for having bought several paintings already, but for continually promoting the gallery… people generally pay for this level of promotion! You warm our hearts (:
Thank you; it’s been my pleasure! I’ll gladly accept a gift. (I think when people pay for promotion they seem to get to tell you what to do and also complain that it isn’t good enough.) 🙂
I think you’re very talented and what keeps me from losing interest is your level of commitment to your art, that you respond to and appreciate those who show an interest in the art you feature on your blog and that you also demonstrate an interest in others and what they do, something that seems to be sadly diminishing in our culture.
Now my heart has been warmed too. 🙂