Diary 2017 (220) December 29th – The gown

On Friday, December 29th, I made another simploring tour in the afternoon and visited La virevolte  (see yesterday’s blog post here). It was a nice surprise that Jenny joined me in the end of my simploring tour. Later we went to Domme a Domme both wearing our new clothes from KaS which we gifted eachother, Jenny got the costume set and I got the hotpants set.

December 29th: Jenny and Diomita at La virevolte and at Domme a Domme

At night we had our last Friday night party for 2017. Jenny proposed that we should have a dress-up night for our last party in 2017 and Virgo set the theme accordingly. A few days before Jenny had gifted a black and white gown and of course I had to wear it. It’s a quite rare look for me and I had to adjust walking and also dancing as the gown didn’t allow large steps. Sometimes SL is like RL *sighs* and I was happy to change after the party. We had quite a nice and large crwod again and a lot of fun und the Friday night partys will continue to be a fixed date in our SL calendar.

Diomita in her tight gown at our Friday night party December 29th, 2017

Simploring 2018 (2) La virevolte

December 29th, 2017, I went simploring in the afternoon. Once again I followed a post from Inara Pey’s Living in a modemworld blog “A photogenic twirl in Second Life“.  La virevolte is French and means turn or twist, hence the title of Inara’s post. And La virevolte is really picturesque but natural, it offers great opportunites for taking pictures.

La virevolte – overview

La virevolte is owned and created by Iska (sablina). There’s no landmark description. I looked up Iska’s profile which is quite empty except of one sentence “I love creating landscapes and dreaming inside“. For me these few words describe La virevolte perfectly. You can enjoy lovely views and you can dream and wind down there.

Impressions of La virevolte (1)

La virevolte is an island perfectly melted in a sim surround of high Mountains. The island itself has a flat part with no snow – it looks as if the wind has blown away the snow from this part of the island – and some higher rocky parts. There are a few houses spreaded on the island, also a few ruins. In the center a small natural fjord ends in a small pond. La virevolte looks really natural and I couldn’t get enough from the different views. Although it seems that there’s not much activity you can find some Christmas illuminations here and there and even around the ruins.

Impressions of La vivrevolte (2)

Impressions of La vivrevolte (3)

During my visit, Jenny came inworld and joined me there. She was not dressed for the cold. We tried some ot the places to cuddle and enjoyed the peace together. I think my pictures do show some of La virevolte‘s beauty. If you like winterly sims, don’t miss this sim and visit it before spring arrives. Well, it might be lovely in sping as well and another reason for me to return then.

Thank you Iska for sharing your dream with the public. I enjoyed my visit very much!

Landmark to La virevolte
Inara Pey’s blog entry “A photogenic twirl in Second Life”