October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Second Life does a fantastic job of participating in all sorts of events during the month of October. One of those events is Boobiethon 2012.
Boobiethon 2012 focuses around the research, awareness, and prevention of breast cancer in our society. The fundraising portion of this event will run from October 1st through the 13th and all proceeds will be donated to the Feel Your Boobies Foundation. An art auction will be held from October 7th through the 12th so make sure to stop by and find yourself some amazing one of a kind art.
For more information on this awesome event I encourage you to check out the sponsor’s blog for details.
Oh and feel your boobies…or umm…find a handsome man to do it for you!
I had quite a challenging time making this photograph. Even though it’s such a simple looking shot, it took me forever to set up and time right. See the motorcycle dude in the background? He was just a little bot that would drive by on occasion. I sat there for a good thirty minutes watching the screen like a hawk for him to pass back by! THEN…when he did pass by I BLINKED when I took the shot.
Curse you Harlow. Curse you.
Needless to say, I sat there for another good thirty minutes and finally got the shot I was looking for. I also got run over by a fed ex truck while trying to set up my shot! Oh the dangers and perils of Second Life!
I have fallen in love with this mesh coat from Ricielli. I’ve been so excited for fall apparel to start making it’s way onto the grid and this has been one of the first items I’ve become giddy over. You can pick the coat up at their main store in 20 different versions. Printed and solid colors. I chose the classic navy color as I thought it suited me best. I paired the coat with a fantastic pair of wedged boots from Maitreya. Every linden I spend at Maitreya is well worth it. I just love the quality and detail of these boots.
I hope you’ve all had a great weekend.
Skin: League | Nena Janus – Isla – Medium
Eyes: Insufferable Dastard | Audrey Lamede – Reflection
Hair: TRUTH | Truth Hawks – Stevie – Marmalade
Coat: Ricielli | Fhara Acacia – Mesh Coat – Navy
Boots: Maitreya | Onyx LeShelle – Jazz Boots – Umber
Pose: Embody | Lucie Bluebird & Radagast Lexington
Location: Route 66
Oh autumn… my favorite season of all. I love absolutely everything about this time of year. The crisp air, the bonfires, the apple cider, and the pumpkins. The colors and the cozy atmosphere… the list goes on and on. It makes me want to curl up with a good book, a great man, and watch the leaves fall from the changing trees.
I had so much fun decorating my harvest home, and I’m very excited to share it with you all. I’ve done my best below to showcase everything i’ve placed out in the credits below. I hope you are able to find lots of new treasures because of it!
Rug: Zigana | Nalena Fairey – Rug
Boots: Surf Couture | Emma Gilmour – Olea Boots
Table: Toki-Doki | Maya Levane – wooden vintage table
Lights: Toki-Doki | Maya Levane – francis lights
Globe: Turnip’s Homes | Turnip Sorbet – Spring Skydome
Home: Vespertine | Amelie Knelstrom – Metamorphosis House
Grass: Zigana | Nalena Fairey - Autumn Leafy
Trees: Forest Floor | Uni Ninetails – Beech Trees
Patio Set: What Next | Winter Thorn – Hampton Patio Set
Lights: What Next | Winter Thorn – Amalfi Lights
Chair: Dutchie | Froukje Hoorenbeek – Male Dom Chair
Notebook: POST | Van Auster – Manuscript Notebook
Lanterns: What Next | Winter Thorn – Charlotte Lanterns
Violin/Papers: Baffle! | Samantha Smadga – Symphony
Frames: What Next | Winter Thorn – Autumn Collage Frames
Fireplace: LISP | Pandora Popstar – Dark Fireplace V2
Box: Mudhoney | Rayvn Hynes – Packaging Box
Pumpkin: What Next | Winter Thorn - Pumpkin Cooler
Drinks: What Next | Winter Thorn – Spiced Pumpkin Cocktails
Sofa: LISP | Pandora Popstar – Anna Sofa
Lamp: Cheeky Pea | Isla Gealach – Fedor Lamp
Table: What Next | Winter Thorn - Charlotte Coffee Table
Roses: Aria | Yelo Uriza – Doris Old Jug w/ Roses
Magazines: OBF | Haruka Ackland – 1prim Decorative Magazines
Frames: Vespertine | Amelie Knelstrom – Silent Memories Frames
Bed: Trompe Loeil | Cory Edo - Morning Light Cupboard Bed
Shelf Print: What Next | Winter Thorn – Give Thanks Shelf Print
Radio: Cheeky Pea | Isla Gealach - Millesime Baignoire Radio
Phone: What Next | Winter Thorn – Marais Phone – Red
Curtains: Nordari | Jordan Giant – Flower Curtain
Chair: The Loft | Colleen Desmoulins – E.T. Chair Teal
Desk: What Next | Winter Thorn – Novelle Desk
Book: What Next | Winter Thorn – Bloggers Book & Pen
So, I’m not gonna lie. I totally copied the amazing styling that Maylee Oh did for her sweater at her shop The Secret Store. I just thought the combination of knee socks toki-doki wedge sneakers, and the oversized sweater were the PERFECT combination. I love this sweater. I feel like I could pair it with jeans, knee socks, shorts, or absolutely anything and it would look great. She has the sweaters up for sale in printed and plain versions in a variety of great colors.
FAIR is continuing on with some really wonderful items, including this FANTASTIC bed from Trompe Loeil. I plan on showcasing this bed a little better in a post in the future when I photograph my new home, but in the mean time I wanted to let you know about it. The bed is only 7 prims (all hail the wonders of mesh!), and has PG and also adult pose versions.
Well I think I pretty much mentioned everything above, but if you have any questions on anything i’m wearing that has been featured in previous posts just bug me. I’ve been terribly lazy about listing credits lately. I guess that’s the nice thing about it being your own blog! You make the rules!
I was utterly helpless.
I mean truly. What woman can resist a man in a crisp white dress shirt? Add the tie…the vest…the nice pants and well… you see where I’m going with this.
It certainly didn’t take long till he was leading me up his front steps and down the dimly lit hallway of his cozy little place. A careless trail of apparel and unmentionables littering the old wood flooring as I stumbled out of my ruby heels and into the arms of perfection.
So maybe the rest of the night was a bit of a blur, with countless secrets never to be told. I can say though… that dress shirt made for the perfect escape….and a memorable parting gift.
(if you are interested in anything seen in the collage above please drop me an IM!)