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Who Will Remember Me?

Who Will Remember Me?

I would think there comes a time in everyone’s life when you look back at what you’ve done and what you’ve become and wonder if anyone will remember. I know family will always remember the ones who came before them, but what of the people you’ve crossed paths with over the years. The friends made and lost and the loves that have come and gone. I’m in the position that, odds are good I’ll be the last man standing. That’s what we call it, whoever makes it the longest is THE last man standing. I’m from a small family, I’m single and have no children, no nieces or nephews, and I’m not close with any cousins on either side. My grandparents are all gone and I’m not close with any of my aunts or uncles, either. So, if I end up the last man standing from 5 of us, of which I am the youngest, who will remember me? I’ve given this much thought throughout the last few years, having come upon a time in my life that I now realize I’m mortal. I know, I know, it’s nothing new….it’s been like this since time began, but I guess I just never thought about it. So, to avoid spiraling down into a depression I realize that I have to think about this whole thing differently. And I came to the conclusion that, this is another thing that really doesn’t matter. So what if I leave and no one is there to mourn, I think that’s better than leaving the ones I love mourning me, it spares them the pain. And from what I understand, once I pass on I know I’m gone, it really doesn’t matter at that point, because……I’m gone! The one thing I hope for is that when I do go, I’ll be free from the anxiety, worry, and depression I’ve had throughout my life. But, luck has never been on my side, I’ll be the only angel up above with a fist full of medication, bags under my eyes, and a constant craving for chocolate!

Winter Trend 2017 is open and LEGAL INSANITY has two exclusives to the event. I’m wearing the ‘Sia Tops’ here, and I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but it doesn’t quite cover all that it should! This is not the top to wear in Canada in December, but I have to admit, it’s sexy as all get out! The under boob area is one of those places that’s overlooked in the sexy department, or is that underlooked? 😛 Anyhoo, it comes in twelve colour combinations, plus the fatpack is fully customizable. Winter Trend 2017 runs until December 22.

So what’s the first thing I thought of when I put this shirt on? I need a great underboob tattoo! And the ‘Fly free’ tattoo kind of sums up not just how I want to live my life, but that the ‘girls’ need some freedom from the bras and shirts constantly hiding them. It’s from Avada and is compatible with the Maitreya(seen here), SLink and Belleza mesh bodies plus any mesh body that’s Omega equipped, and the tattoo layer for the classic avatars. It comes in two ink tones, too!

This is the ‘Ruda’ hair from the black & white pack from [monso].

It’s only the waistband that’s visible here, but it’s from the ‘Jana Jeans’ from !APHORISM!.

As always, my look all starts with the ‘Raine’ skin in ‘miel’ tone from Avada, worn on the ‘Lilo’ bento mesh head from Catwa and the ‘Lara’ mesh body from Maitreya.

This pose is from the ‘Fixated’ set of poses from FOXCITY.

I’m hanging out at Hazardous for this shot!

One thought on “Who Will Remember Me?

  1. I don’t think we fade from view here, our good deeds and every bit of unselfishness that we do embeds into the environment to be picked up by the next fortunate person who lives in the area where we once lived. I’ve lived in several houses like that and so then looked into the history of the places – it was very interesting.

    One small house we lived in which was part of a Sri Lankan village had the most amazing good feelings in it, just when I got in after a day’s schooling, it was so comforting. Later on we learned that many years ago, the house was very near to the abode of a local Buddhist saint.

    Then when I was in my 30s, a house we lived in which was in the West Country UK, I found similarly comforting. As we scoured back through the local history society, this turned out to belong to a lady who was a herbalist (all self taught) of way back in the last century. Now she could cure many so-called incurable diseases of the day and was relied upon and revered by her neighbours. She lived to a ripe old age, apparently.

    You will get rest in Heaven, my dear friend, it’s something to look forward to ❤

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