Tag Archives: Geisha & Samurai

The Decade Club

Ten days ago was my 10th rez day. Yay! I’m ten years old or as Seth Regan advised me, I’m now a member of The Decade Club. So how could I not go on a sentimental journey? That evening I logged … Continue reading

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Number Nine, Number…

In less than a month I will have been virtually alive for nine years, Yordie Sands that is. This thought was on my mind today when I logged in to Second Life. I’d been thinking a lot about my first really magic moments … Continue reading

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Reflections Upon a Little Pond

This morning I took down the Harvest Moon Cafe, my Zen garden and environs. I’ve found that nothing is permanent in Second Life and we shouldn’t dwell on passings. I’ve always had a sense that Second Life is like a … Continue reading

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Coming to Life at Night

I’m interested in history and culture. Often I’ve wondered what life was like a couple hundred years ago. There was no electric lighting to fill the night, yet there are always places for people to visit at night. Btw, did you know … Continue reading

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Rehearsing for Geisha Show

The new Harvest Moon Café and Yordie’s Zen Garden is about as complete as I can make it. It is the culmination of maybe three months of part-time tinkering, but it was very enjoyable to create. As with every one … Continue reading

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My Zen Garden Evolves

I’ve written several posts about the region I’ve been working on. My plot is tucked behind a mountainous wall and features a waterfall and pond with stream leading to the sea. I’ve created the latest version of my Harvest Moon Café … Continue reading

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A New Little Japanese Garden

On Sunday I spent some more time working on my Japanese themed project. In the past, most of the time, I’ve created Zen gardens on a larger scale. Also, I started blending in my ideas about an Asian style café … Continue reading

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