Tag Archives: Role Play

Yordie Sands on XBox

It all started around our house with football season, we began playing NFL Fantasy Football, then “Madden 25” game on Xbox. Now, I know quite a bit about football, but I’m still struggling with all the details of offenses and defenses, not to mention … Continue reading

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I’m Building an Airplane

I’m building an air-crate, I mean an airplane, but so far it looks more like a crate. I got some wings and a tail fin. The wings have a couple of barrels that are being used as engines and some … 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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Preludes: And I Was Alone

a 100 word story by Yordie Sands copyright © 2013 I was no longer geisha Suzuki, I used my real name again. I had a home of my own because my patron wanted this for me. The garden was named … Continue reading

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Preludes: The Zen Garden

a 100 word story by Yordie Sands copyright © 2013 When I was a little girl I saw my first tea garden. I was charmed by the teahouse and the Zen rock garden. I visited there often and always found … Continue reading

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