Heavy Traffic

There is a lot of traffic running though my mind this morning. I’m not sure I can do much more than log yesterday’s events.

Early in the morning I decided to go back to the ocean sims where I crashed last week. I wanted to find my missing hover car. When I crashed I thought the car would be returned but never came back. So, I searched all five of the ocean sims and even used the Ctrl+Shft+R thingie to get a see-thru view (right) but even with that all efforts failed. Seabiscuit, the hovercar is gone an presumed lost forever. It was a good hover car but rode like Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride.

Later on, Magi spent some time with Lynsey and me discussing Dixon’s departure. She was very candid and I have a sense of what was happening with him, and I can put the whole thing to rest now. SL is always our second life.

After meeting with Magi, I worked on building some new AOs. I have put three new ones together: one is copyable and transferrable (I’ve put that in my freebie box for newbies), the second one is copyable but not transferrable and the third is neither copyable or transferrable. I’d like to learn how to create my own animations but for now I’m pleased that I can build custom AOs.

In the evening, I went to IronGut’s show at The Line. Magi arrived shortly after the show began and that helped restore a sense continuity. Iron and Ellia drew a great crowd, up to 30 peeps at the highpoint and the music was just right, as always. Aynnie was there and we chatted, then I danced with Bouncer. I ended up joining JohnD, dancing on cab of the Panty Truck. After the show, JohnD drove the darned thing out of the club and right into the ocean. The truck hit a couple of our guests but he didn’t kill anyone.

In both RL and SL, the events of the past couple of months have taken a toll on me. I keep saying this again and again, but keep wondering what to do. It’s like waking up from a dream where you’ve been running away from something, something that is rediculous in the light of day.

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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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3 Responses to Heavy Traffic

  1. Kimala says:

    What a beautiful and sad metaphor of traffic in your mind Yordie. Hang in there. Life – SL and RL is a rollercoaster. The high points carry us through the valleys. Look toward the next high point – it’s out there… most definitely!

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  2. Hang in there Yordie. You help make Monday nights fun. SL can be a real kick in the ass sometimes but it can be a nice fluffy pillow too! Things evolve and change in any world and SL is no different. Hang tight, people care about you:)

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  3. Yordie Sands says:

    Thanks Kim, Thanks Big Fella 😉 The problem with a public blog is that when you let your feelings pour out, they show. I appreciate the kind thoughts.

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