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.
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.
|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)|