Living in Second Life

Some friends asked me if I remembered all the places I have lived in Second Life, and I believe I do. Memories fade however, so I am linking back to photos from this blog in an attempt to have a chronology of sorts. It is too easy to forget.

I faithfully went through my old posts.  It was a good journey, looking back; from now on I will be a better housing reporter.


The end of July 2015 brought me to Curruid where I found (by serendipity of course) a great oceanfront house with boat access and 500 prims for a REAL bargain price :D.  I have a big building pad for blogging up in the air and Pearl, my kitty, lives happily on one of the big decks. Lots of fresh air for sure. 

As I was getting ready to vacate LEA7, I moved to Asphyxiation Point, a role play sim and enjoyed a great people watching month. There was always something going on there and my house was superb. But with jobs on the horizon it seemed only fair to give up my house so that a current citizen could enjoy the ambiance.

Now honestly I spend most of my time on my building pad at LEA7, BUT that being said, if I were to CHOOSE a spot in the Spring of 2014 it would be the Villas. So adding to this chronicle with a pretty photo for remembrance's sake. 

I moved into a bare industrial skybox at the beginning of June 2013. It took several months to decorate to my liking but I wasn't really in a hurry and seldom there really, again building building filming building :D. 

 As I reread my ending statement from the preface I have to smile as updating this page has been somewhere between lax and non-existent. To be fair I stayed in my snowy abode at LEA20 until moving out in February. Then at LEA7 I was homeless, working on my building pad. Eventually I made a little place of my own in the rainy day skybox. After a couple of months I moved on and opened this area to the public.

I have been SO bad about updating this page. I only know one gal that actually comes here, but I do believe in historical records so as the solstice of 2012 nears, here is a bit of catchup.

Currently (throughFebruary) I am at LEA20. A whole sim of my own to play with, it has been fun. Working really long hours for a month and a half got the sim finished. From there I have been lazing and learning.

My winter home, high in the sky finally has snowy dunes, something that I wanted for a long time and finally learned to make myself.

Before that I lived in Agoshima for awhile in a great little skybox with almost free rent. There wasn't any natural light though and that made taking photos difficult. Hence this is what I found in the archives -- just so that "I" remember.

And that takes us back to where I left off almost a year ago. I was at the house by the bridge a long while.

After leaving the Bayou at the beginning of November 2011, I lived where I worked at the LEA installation, The Subway. Later I added a small personal spot, but I never exactly felt like it was home. At the end of December, knowing that time was short at LEA I did some exploring and found a great view lot overlooking the giant Linden suspension bridge, a place I had always admired. So as the new year begins I am living on a 512 with all of one of the prims used. I have a phenomenal view and a very classy open to the sea abode. And free is good too.

Living in the Bayou - New Toulouse - the day of the flood - May 15th

Tucson House - Demondrille - May 2011

Pied a Terre - Demondrille - in the "city" 
Spring 2011

February 2011 - My Asian Home at Learn Avatar

photo taken on the sandbox after the unexpected dismantlement of the sim

Midwinter Thaw - Winterfell - 2011

Winter 2010: Winterfell

Fall 2010: Austral

Fall 2010: The Mesa

Fall 2010: Newport Beach Cay

Summer 2010: Demondrille office

Summer 2010: Skybox Demondrille

Summer 2010: EE's Place

Spring 2010: Winterfell

Beach Cay: Winter 2009

Arkham: Fall 2009

Demondrille: Fall 2009

Summer 2009:  Skybox Studio above Demondrille

Spring 2009: Demondrille beach (no house)

Spring 2009: Cherry Hill Apartments

Spring 2009: Poivre

Winter 2009: Miatake

Gembong: 2008