Late last night I was on the phone with friends and family overseas as they rang and text me frantically to check on me.
I hadn’t yet seen the news about the events unfolding in London. So I didn’t know what their panic was about.
I do now.
I live in Kent, 50 minutes outside of London. My brother lives right in central London.
I have seen many comments on Facebook and social media and I’m truly bothered by it all.
Don’t provide the platform for these barbarians!! Dont give them the stage and give them the fame and twisted glory that they seek. This is the cause and effect they planned for.
Don’t let them instill panic and fear in our daily lives. This is what they hope to achieve.
Our panic is what they thrive on. Like all conflicts that have happened over thousands of years, fear is the most powerful hold on humanity. It can destroy communities and its ripple effects become like a tidal wave.
Don’t let fear take over. Be careful but be strong.
I feel foolish doing a meaningless blog on virtual fashion. It’s importance is nothing when reality slaps you so hard in the face.
But I guess that’s what’s beautiful about a place to escape, to dream of better things and people. To live a second life where we can love and be happy. But, why not make our first life all of these things? We need to try harder.
So now the fashion and decor. But first remember to step into real life and do at least one thing towards making it better for you and yours.
T-08 tattoo from Tattoo Mania
Flow Hair from Vanity Fair
Catya bento head from CATWA
Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz
Lara mesh body Maitreya
Christy dark skin Lara Hurley