Saturday, July 4, 2015

Picture of the Day - 371

and I
"and I" by shakespeare (skinny nilla)

If you wish to see more of shakespeare's photography, please visit his Flickr photostream here.

For All My All-American Boys & Gals!

Have a wonderful 4th of July!

My favorite comment on Joe.My.God's post about: "Why We Celebrate"

How does anyone make it past the age of 7 and not know that the 4th of July celebrates the day that Abraham Lincoln crossed the Delaware River to meet Jesus who rode his T-Rex into battle to lead the founding fathers into victory against Rommel to establish the United States of American as an independent nation in 1992.
Whao! Sorry, was channeling Sarah Palin there for awhile.

Friday, July 3, 2015

Picture of the Day - 370

The Boy Who Misses The Waves (Unedited, No PS. Full Credits in Blog)
"The Boy Who Misses The Waves" by InEssex Nootan

If you wish to see more of InEssex's photography, please visit his Flickr photostream here.

Summer 2015 Blog Header

My wonderful Tomais made me this beautiful blog header for summer 2015! 

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The New Pool & the New Pool Boy

Ever since we decided on Project -15, there has only been one thing we have lacked on Southern Charm and that was a good pool and a hot tub. Well, yesterday my Tomais and I installed a new pool in place of one of the small lakes on the sim.

My dearest brother Dej was the first one to try it out, so I have designated him to be the new pool boy. Privileges must come with some obligations and cleaning the pool and hot tub in SecondLife isn't really that demanding, now is it?

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Boo Yah!

After more than three months of trepidation and with some lingering fears about everything that could possibly go wrong today The Much Honored Bock McMillan, laird of Southern Charm, prince of Cascade Falls, Sovereign Ruler of the Commonwealth of Southern Enchantment and Outer Territories, UN appointed Protector of the Mount Whitney sim in SecondLife and pretender to the throne of Macedonia and dependent territories, finally decided to undertake the task of installing a router.

Contrary to his usual habits when dealing with technical products the laird decided to read the instructions carefully - three times. It is not certain if this change of regular behavior perhaps was the key to the success - but that aside - the process of installing the device and managing the settings went miraculously smoothly.

In honor of his amazing achievements the laird declared the day to be a National Holiday and sent all the princesses and princes home - except a mere 50 of them to serve his personal needs. He also awarded himself the Imperial Star, 1st class with Emerald in honor of his technological brilliance and wizardry.