As a woman who has always questioned why in life. I am right now asking why why why do we every single month have to go through that feeling of mood swings, bloating, stomach pain and let the list go on. Why?
We simply have no choice, well some of us. Others are lucky to not have that experience each month and in my next life I want to sample being one of them.
I’m 54 years old and I’m sure menopause is in transition right now. But, whilst that is happening I still get all the feelings of being 13 again when I used to disappear to the medical room at school and lay down.
I guess that’s life and it’s the way it is. But why????
Now on that note enjoy your Saturday and don’t eat all the donuts.
I seriously kid you not when I say I’ve spent a good part of my day with blurred vision which meant I really couldn’t see much.
I had some eye tests in the morning and had that stuff put into my eyes that stings like hell and then makes you struggle to focus. Oh and you feel like a vampire as the daylight is so strong you want to run back inside. That’s been me.
I logged in to my work after and my god that was just the worst struggle ever.
I literally had my computer screen right in front of my face so I could try and see. Logged off in the end as there was no point.
Had a nap and now way better.
Can I say, it gave me an indication of what it must be like to lose your sight, or rather be struggling to see.
It’s not nice or easy and frankly I’m very grateful I have the ability to see. To go through life seeing but not seeing must be incredibly difficult for anyone in that position. So yes sight and sound I value above everything in my abilities. Oh and my voice too.
I get my results in about 1-2 weeks. So yeah. That was my day.
It’s nearly 7 pm here in the UK and I’m back to normal. Shall continue to chill and tomorrow it’s back to work, repeat.
Check out my whole look and I’m sure you will agree I need to be seen.
8 vintage style belly dances, all free-styled performance captured by Alia Mohamed, an esteemed authority/specialist on vintage style belly dances.
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.
About Alia Mohamed
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.”
I had my liver scanned today after a 4 month delay due to COVID lockdown and frankly the way I see it if there was anything to worry about then meh. As in oh well. Not much else I can add to that.
Work. Well that was full on and I don’t think I even caught up with myself, let alone anything anyone else may have asked me to do.
In the grand scheme, that’s the way it rolls for today.
When I say I need a drink. I don’t mean alcohol by the way. The title just fitted with the photo. But it’s the inference I just need a moment.
Let the day catch up with me with a nice hot cup of tea while my mushy head processes today.
It is only Monday. Good lord I hate to think what the rest of the week entails.
Anyhow in to the outfit for today and my mush gush over the people I blog for.
Designer Showcase. The Designer Showcase is one of the longest running fashion events in Second Life. Over 12 years now. Quietly steady and just there each month with a variety of people in Second Life bringing their works to the fore.
What I love about working with them is a genuine strong set of principles and a feeling of being incredibly appreciated. Ive been with them since I basically started and that’s been omg since 2016 ish. So long I’m losing my marbles already.
I’m wondering if the owner Aisha may consider a pension plan for me as I’ll likely be still blogging with her right to the death.
One thing about me is I truly appreciate those that gave me a chance. Who believed in me and took a chance on me. Designer Showcase certainly did and for that I owe them a lot of gratitude for letting me loose at making photos and videos using stuff.
Anyhow enough of that gush. I’m off to crack the kettle on and indulge in a Tetleys.
I made a video of this destination a few days ago and I’m still in a lot of awe over this destination I found in the good old Second Life Destinations guide.
I think this is one of the most truly well made places I have visited in Second Life. I have a few of my all time faves and this one has hit the list for ambiance and calm. Well it’s the only one on that particular list.
I popped here basically for a fashion photo moment as I was just looking for some where different.
The fashion photo never happened and instead I picked up my virtual camera and started filming. The result you will find below. I don’t even think my filming captured it’s loveliness, so I really recommend you visiting to see at first hand.
I’ve got a lot of photos in my head so will be returning. Definitely!