If I ruled the world there would be a lot of changes made. I don’t, of course, at least not yet.
One of the things I would insist on is control over what happens in my physical life. Until I achieve that I’ll just have to adapt to circumstances as they arrive.
My daily routine has become completely borked. The result is that I can’t keep the inworld commitments I’ve made – at least not without a lot of inconvenience to others. The fun stuff (like this blog) isn’t getting done either.
I’m going to take the next two months to try and establish some kind of stability and a marginal amount of control.
I’ll be back in November! I’ve put that on my calendar so what could possible go wrong? :)
Posted by honourmcmillan on August 28, 2014
I don’t have nearly enough time to explore these days, so I do a quick check of some of my favourite destinations blogs to see what I’m missing. Loverdag↑ pointed me to the Koto Project↑.
This is a beautiful sim and intended for Edo Period roleplay. If you don’t think bloggers have an impact, well the co-owner/co-builder Lucicity↑ told me that she loves having people appreciate the build, but since Loverdag’s post “… people have been in and out taking photos. I’m like I HAVEN’T EVEN FINISHED THE ROLE PLAY PART YET!!!”
Don’t hesitate to visit though. They’ve put in a lot of work and it’s fantastic. Lucicity and her fiance RichWadicus↑ are planning weekly performances … a background as geishas for at least two of the staff means that they love to entertain people.
I enjoyed the sim and I plan to go back frequently, even if role play isn’t my thing. If you’d like to try out Edo Period adventures I suggest you take a look. This is a gorgeous new destination on the grid!
Posted by honourmcmillan on August 17, 2014
I decided to escape today and play with some light. It’s been a long time since I visited Chouchou↑, and I’ve never shared any images of its cathedral, so a quick trip seemed like a good idea.
I’m sure you know the story about the Japanese musical group Chouchou↑ and their beautiful region inworld. If you grab the HUD at the landing spot you can listen to their performances while you explore.
To access the various areas/builds, cross over to the ladder that climbs skyward and use the teleporter. I usually can’t pry myself away from the Momento Mori, but do yourself a favour and visit all of them.
Make sure you’ve limbered up that camera finger first though. This location has been a favourite inworld site for a long time, and for a very good reason. :)
Posted by honourmcmillan on August 14, 2014