At The Cantina

Yesterday was hectic both in SL and RL, but let’s stick to SL. It started out ok with some exploring of Magi’s new island. I had to get over to the shopping area where the new franchise stores were setup, specifically Coconut Ice. Magi and I have several things in common, one of them is our favorite color, pink, and there were several pink items in the store including the cutiest pair of pink pamajas I’ve ever seen and had to have. There are two other store, and around the corner is The Cantina (right), a bar designed for the classic rock crowd.

RL intervened later in the morning and had me frazzled until after lunch. When I returned I started thinking about the furniture in the Cocunut Ice store and I went over to the store where Magi got the pieces, Antique Artistry. Wow, what fine furniture! Fine but mostly high prim which got me to thinking. Oh my! Did it ever get me to thinking and I went home and sashayed across the sime, over to a house that had a much higher prim allowance and, ofcourse, cost more. I spent the next hour mulling the situation and then, poof, I decided to buy it and move my home. The idea is that I’ll have more prims and can now buy some of that great furniture. Anyway, this move upheavel left me even more frazzled than I was after lunch and had to return to real life to recouperate.

In the evening, Magi & Dixon announced the oppening of The Cantina and I raced over there, still a bit in a daze but ready to party. It was great! IronGut was there spinning tunes and a great group bluesy avies showed up. And WT came online and I was thilled to see him because it had been several days. We locked up in a couples dance and chatted in voice and gossiped and just caught up on things. When WT was ready to leave, I was too and once back in RL I crated into my bed early.

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About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life where I star as the heroine of a virtual fantasy life. In the real world, I'm writing my debut sci-fi novel.
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