This morning is a slow start. It’s Sunday and it’s allowed to be. Why do I feel guilty when I choose to have a lazy one?
My housemate is out jogging her usual 10k run in her very obsessive way and I note because of that I feel a sense of guilt at my own Sunday laziness.
There are a few things I’m noticing about her that do concern me. One being the extreme fitness obsession. I don’t mean that lightly either, the girl is obsessed.
So obsessed that every single day is spent climbing, running, doing jujitsu, biking and yoga. Anyone who doesn’t do the same she has a negative view on. In fact anyone who has a extra pound on their skeleton is fat according to her observation.
I’m also noticing other traits that concern me. The level of self love being based solely on how she looks and equating that to her attitude about others. Which has a direct impact on me. It’s impacting me and how I feel about myself. Especially as I’m in a time of life that many women go through of body change etc.
This is my home and yet I’m feeling uncomfortable within it. Because the dynamic of this person and her views are very contrary to mine.
She refers to disabled people as “retarded”, gay and trans people as “needing counselling”.
I have tried for months to be like the mother figure and impart my ways of teaching her a different set of views but let’s face it. It’s not going to happen, the girl is lacking in many areas.
Oh and if you are overweight, and I mean even slightly you are plainly and simply a fat person who has no control.
Oh and if I laugh out loud reading something I hear “Calm down”. What is that about?
This girl is Slovakian. Is that a cultural set of attitudes or one related to a person? Any suggestions on this would be appreciated.
I’m considering the ending of the living arrangement in the new year. After all it is my home and if I’m feeling that I don’t like the aura of a person then frankly I’d rather struggle with my bills than feel this.
Well catch your plane and come watch the Second Life Book club at 5pm SLT when Drax has Aussie authors Cat Sparks and James Bradley on. Click here for the Stream and save your reminder.
I’ll be up after midnight U.K. time helping with the stream and doing my best to make sure Drax doesn’t send me back to Second Life stream training school. Does one exist? I don’t know but I’m a virtual streaming nightmare so do watch and encourage my fellow Aussies.
See you then! In meantime I’m off to sleep a few hours.
Sometimes the pace of life seems to run at a speed faster than we can keep up.
But if we plan then we can beat the clock and catch up.
I’m not catching up. So I’ve taken myself to bed in the hope of getting some sleep.
Deep down I know that will be short lived when the housemate comes home. She has no filter of any sort and a lack of respect for my personal space.
I could sit and tell you how my housing situation is troubling me but I shall spare you that woe.
Today feels like there is so much on top of me that even creating a video I decided not to do.
My grandson Mason was sent home from school today as a child in the class and his family contracted and tested positive for COVID. So all children from that class have to now self isolate. They are only 5!
I’m still trying to get my head around what is going on around me in the world but also how incredibly selfish people are behaving.
Why send your child to school knowing he is not well? Why be so selfish and do that?
Im like a moving butterfly, flying from leaf to leaf looking for my forever home.
Yep moved again!!
The beautiful place Rosie and I had is no more, since a nightclub opened on the other half of the region and basically shoved out scripted this and that and our lag went from perfect to lets walk in treacle. Nature of the beast when you share a sim or a region. You have no control of the out look beyond your own 4 lines.
Rosie had done a great job of the vram police and making sure that everything on the land meant there was no drain on the computer when we walked around etc.
In one week that changed and frankly that was it. Move.
So here I am again showing you a new place but also showing you the old place as a visit down memory lane as I hadnt really got around to the full show off. Clearly I am rambling again which I tend to do .
Funny thing SL is a great place for not feeling too sad when things like this happen as you just each time create your own fantasy and its like going home.
That look of shock on my face is the indication of my real persona.
I just woke up not so long ago to a beautiful day here in the U.K.
It’s like spring has spring all over again and promises to be a day of sunshine and barbecues. I may need to go buy lots of flowers to spread around the apartment to add to that spring vibe we have.
You may notice I look somewhat different. That is because I wanted to blog the Anya avatar by Kalhene.
I have not changed her aside from popping on lippy and eyeshadow. I’m still yet to decide on the shape I’m playing around with for her as I’m trying to reproduce what is the ISA face shape. I may not achieve it but it’s interesting attempting.
I love the curviness of this avatar and frankly it’s just so simple to use . For those new to the whole mesh experience, I’d highly recommend her because there is no complicated buttons etc, hiding this and that. It’s out the box. Add and dress. Plus price!!!!
Now I have found maitreya clothing for me is the best fit. As you can see the fit is great with this outfit at the EQUAL10.
4 Vintage style belly dance floorwork, free-styled performance-captured by Alia Mohamed. Alia is an esteemed Los Angeles-based performer of Lebanese descent that specializes in belly dance from the Golden Era. In dance, floorwork refers to movements performed on the floor.
Alia channels this classic style of belly dance from the 50’s to 60’s, the Golden Era of Belly Dance,” characterized by improvisation, simplicity, and glamour, mesmerizing crowds worldwide.
Originally danced to “Raks Layli El Charrk (Dance of Oriental Nights) by George Abdo. Tempo = 91.85 BPM
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An esteemed Los Angeles based belly dancer, Alia Mohamed leaves crowds in a trance with her vintage style, timeless beauty, and hypnotic hips. Coming from a Lebanese background and a family of musicians, Alia has an intrinsic understanding of Middle Eastern music and dance. She has studied belly dance intensively for over fifteen years and is highly influenced by the belly dancers of Egypt in the 50s and 60s, the “Golden Era of Belly Dance.”