These Hands

These Hands

When you look at your hands, what do you see? It’s easy to see eight fingers and two thumbs, rough and calloused hands, fingernails cut short, lines and creases crisscrossing the palms, at least that’s what I see! But look deeper! Look at what they can do, they can comfort, heal, caress, connect, love, and hold tight. They transcend all that the flesh, blood, and bone are and become an extension of your heart. They can express your feelings in such a way that touches people, and not just physically. A hand to the heart to show devotion, a finger to the lips to silence and calm, a blown kiss to show love, cupped palms to hold dear, and outstretched hands to share. Words can be said with many meanings and interpretations, but the hands will always show the truth!

I’d like you to have a close look at the ‘Autumn Bento Rings’ from Slipper Originals. This simple yet beautiful set of rings really show the beauty in life, to me. The tree of life and the autumn leaves bring peace and help to ground a person, and remind that life, at it’s very base, is to love, laugh, and live. The set includes left and right rings, HUD driven with six metal options and on/off on each ring. They fit the Maitreya and SLink bento hands and are available now at the Autumn Frost Fair, which runs until December 6.

I’m wearing the ‘Ethan Boyfriend Top’ from GIZ SEORN.

This is the G1020 hair from tram.

The skin is the gorgeous ‘Raine’ skin in ‘miel’ tone from Avada and available now at APPLIQUÈ. ‘Raine’ looks lovely on the ‘Lilo’ bento head from Catwa and the ‘Lara’ mesh body from Maitreya, bento hands included.

The pose is ‘these hands’ from Del May.

Author: Liz

Just a simple country girl living a Second Life.

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