I like early mornings. It’s quiet and the air (in the absence of storms) seems softer and I don’t have to think too hard. Well, at least as long as I avoid reading my emails. :)
The seasons are changing on the grid and I want to go see ALL of the new landscapes. In the physical world it’s just muddy and I spend time everyday with a shovel – glamorous I know.
My first coffee of the day is “me time” and I noticed a pretty location on Caminante de Suenos↑. You might see a bit of rain in these images – it’s warm though, and more like drizzle, so you won’t need an umbrella.
I wandered around for a while and then picked up my favourite morning beverage from the Cafe on the second floor. Coffee, with this kind of view, is a good way to start the day.
Posted by honourmcmillan on March 11, 2014
By a very circuitous route this morning, I happened upon an inworld directory of locations called the Community Cultural Hub↑.
Administered by two representatives of the Virginia Society for Technology in Education, this is a “resource directory of ethnic, cultural and historical communities for use by educators”. Nothing says we can’t use it though. :)
The Directory provides links to communities which pride themselves on “cohesiveness in culture, tradition, ritual, (and) values”. They are arranged by categories such as Spiritual and The Arts. You can have your Community added as well.
I chose to visit one I hadn’t heard of before, Little Yoshiwara↑, a town in the Japanese Meiji period. This is a gorgeous sim populated by friendly and beautifully dressed residents.
I heartily recommend both locations!
Posted by honourmcmillan on March 8, 2014
My schedule dictated that today’s explorations would have to be short, but I did want to go visit The Lefevre Mansion↑. The Mansion and park occupy two sims and have been designed/constructed by Kaya Angel, well known for the jewel that is The Rose Theatre↑.
The inside of this building is everything it should be; luxurious, opulent, gorgeous, and romantic. I fell in love with these lamps. :)
You can find out much more about The Lefevre Mansion (with videos) on their website↑, including information for those wishing for a truly spectacular location for a wedding.
Once you’ve poked around in all the stunning corners inside, go explore the grounds and the park with its buildings next door. This is a lovely new addition to the grid!
Posted by honourmcmillan on March 7, 2014