Saturday and I’m still waiting for my week to end. The past week or so I have been pretty hectic with reality work and union stuff.
The virtual more or less squeezed in wherever I can. I’ve had to put a notice in my auto response to try let people know that and how I’m not able to kick back and relax when I log in.
Even though we are in a lockdown again (although you wouldn’t know it by the way people are behaving) I’m still making sure my social media free time is being a priority. That said weekends I tend to try and refrain from it where I can, but this weekend I have so much to catch up on and that includes watching others works or reading blogs I have missed out on.
Thus later today, in between filming and housework and such, I will sit down like my avatar and do some you tube watching and read a few blogs I have missed out on lately.
Sadly there are only so many hours in any given day, we need to use them wisely.
Im in the midst of also trying to improve my pc and removing things and juggling them around to see if it runs better. ie freeing up some space.
I visited Bridges by Cica Ghost and of course made a video.
It’s not really something many care to watch, destination videos. However I love to film because many destinations don’t last the lifetime and disappear. It’s my way of showcasing some of the amazing places to visit in second Life and preserving them in visual form, to be seen way after they disappear.
Call it a catalogue of memories.
Today’s outfit is courtesy of I M Collection and the pose from PoseAble.
As I flick through my magazine I ponder today. Today is Monday and it’s not a great day. The week has started so bad and to be honest I really want to curl up in a corner and just pretend it hasn’t happened yet. Maybe rock back and forth and howl a bit too.
I made a mistake at work today which I could kick myself hard for. It was a simple mistake that any human under stress could make.
Then of course there was the message I sent to a colleague which was fun and tongue in cheek asking why she wasn’t at work and joking she was having a jolly good time. Turns out her dad died last week. Something a few people knew but wasn’t shared and so I stuck my size 6’s in and made things just that much more worse. Do I feel bad right now? Yes very much so.
Then it was the flu jab. I’m sure that will hurt tomorrow.
Then I learnt tonight an old work colleague took his life around 2 weeks ago. Far too young and a whole life laid ahead he should have lived still.
This is life. It’s not a fantasy. So let me find a nice tree to lay under while I contemplate tomorrow being any better.
I actually kinda feel these dances and I’d say because they’re so positively cute and fun.
Right now I really embrace the distraction of fun and I’m not averse to featuring dances over and over again when I feel them.
Today the world feels a little different with the last 24 hours and either way whatever you believe or wanted it’s really dumb to trash others views. ie the truly toxic insults I’ve been seeing hurled around Facebook in both my rl and my virtual realms.
Let’s face it that dude is a meme that keeps on giving but that’s him. He has always been that meme.
Hating on each other is pretty toxic and petty and really aren’t we all allowed in our democratic world to have freedom of thought and expression? That doesn’t mean to freely bestow hatred because of peoples choices or political leanings. Smile then move on.
Winners or losers. It’s about being good humans and accepting we don’t all agree in this world.
Wouldn’t it be a really dull place if we did? Enjoy the memes but forgive the rights to have choice.
Win or lose well and carry on. Our virtual worlds are a place to drop this and forgive and just crack on with friendship.
5 funky unisex friendly K-Pop dances performance captured by K-Pop dance cover artist Annie Joo based on her social media K-Pop cover of BTS’s “Dynamite” Original choreography by Son Sungdeuk Originally danced to “Dynamite” by BTS. Tempo = 114.0 BPM
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Annie is the dance director for Koreos, a UCLA K-Pop dance cover crew that has 692k subscribers on YouTube. Although Annie has extensive foundation in dance through ballet, she made the crossover into K-pop dances and manage to stand out among her peers. She is an aspiring social media influencer.