If you don’t know already, I live at Second Life New England and one of the many things I love about SLNE is the parties. So, it was with great anticipation that Halloween party day arrived, yesterday.
SLNE Owner Sudane Erato and one of my fav girlfriends, Sommer Shepherd, could be counted on for something very special. Regardless, as Leanna & I made our way to the secret portal, we had no idea what to expect.
The house was dark and spooky but I cheerily
sashayed across the yard until I noticed a large bird.
The large bird with its wings spread wide
was none other than Sudane Erato herself!
Erm, I’ve never seen you quite like this before Sudane!
Then standing in a corner of the yard I saw a woman
She looked like she’d been on the No-Calories, No-Fats Diet.
But OMG, it was the always fashionable Sommer Shepherd!
Once inside, the atmosphere was even warmer and cozier
with DJ Cindy Johnsky spinning ghoulish favorites.
The crowd hadn’t arrived yet, but I felt like dancing.
I noticed Leanna had been craning her neck to get a look upstairs.
She kept prodding me to go look for some girl’s boyfriend who was “lost.”
Ok, so I decided to see what Leanna was looking for
and try to find the girl’s boyfriend.
In the first room I found that someone had left the television on
and ghouls and zombies were crawling through.
So I switched off the tube because we had all we needed of their kind!
When I finally made it into the bathroom, there he was,
just as the girl described him, only he was naked
and didn’t look anything like the “huggy bear” she described.
When I got downstairs with the news of the “lost” boyfriend,
the poor girl had already hung herself (upper left).
I was gonna tell her that she needed to take a fresh look
at “huggy bear” in the light of day, but it was too late.
The party raged on for hours and there were many goings on
in those upstairs bedrooms and out in the yard.
Eventually I needed some fresh air, so I took a break.
I noticed that someone had prepared a nice grave for me.
so I danced and danced in the eery, stagnant air.
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