One Last Look at Christmas 2011

It was a good Christmas. It was different than last year, but I was very happy. I got to spend more time with friends than ever before. I went to some great parties. And I did way too much shopping!

Oh, wow I loved winterizing the house for the seasons! And decorating the house for Christmas (I had to buy more prims even) was fantastic. And seeing friends homes all decorated with presents under the tree! I even took the Biscuit out for a run through the sims that make up New England Islands on Christmas morning.

Of course, I gave some gifts, got a few gifts and drank way too much wine. And I’m still making batches of sweet potato mini-pies. I didn’t get pictures of everything, but here’s one last look at my Christmas in pictures.

Leanna came over to deliver a gift and chat and drink wine. That’s me wearing one of those beautiful and silly hats from GizzA.
Naturally, I caught the Christmas party at the Junkyard. That’s me on the left and Thunder on the right (yes, the right, that’s him in drag… lawdy lawdy).
And here’s Santa getting some of Fiery’s sugar before that long haul around the world.
Here’s Reed and me on Christmas day. Thank you baby for making this a great Christmas. Christmas is pretty cool in Second Life, no? Warmest wishes to you in the New Year.
Ok, I was out in my boat early, early on Christmas morning. And I caught this pic as morning was breaking over Marblehead. Yeah, that’s Santa zooming out, trying to outrace the Sun.

During my first and second Christmases in SL, I used to chat with Aynnie as our Christmastime stress levels rose. I recall dreading the whole thing, but in the past couple years I’ve found something in Second Life Christmas that has helped wipe that stress out of SL and RL. Seriously! Go figure. If you don’t know what Christmastime stress is, never mind. hehe

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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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