Missing you

do dandelion wishes really come true?

Missing you everyday Lady!

May the energies in the universe swirl into you with love and healthy energy bringing you what you need to heal.
Holding you in my thoughts and heart.

Saltwater -Julian Lennon

Some people get under your skin and become your forever friend some how knowing you almost as well as you do. Dreaming a similar tune and connecting on a wave that flows through time and space.

best friends

Very happy you are home and getting better!

Love you


Photos by Daallee



Death and Time

headless divinity photo by owl

No one is actually dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away” Terry Pratchett

Those we love we continue to love even when their walk on the earth has ended. The love and memories hold the connection. Death is part of our natural cycle of living. Those afraid to die seldom really live.

My Father was not afraid. He enjoyed life and taught me many things. He was alone most of his adult life and taught me a self-reliance and appreciation for the quiet of being alone. I was very lucky he was conscious and made all of his own decisions right up to the end. He asked for the plug to be pulled all I did was hold his hand and be there. He squeezed my hand and I heard his breath leaving I squeezed back and told him I loved him.

It felt as if the world stopped and I needed to slow down life doesn’t work that way.

Things, burocratic red tape, paperwork and everything you have to do once a parent dies feel harsh and cold. Suddenly you find yourself dismantling their life and time doesn’t stop. Seven months later I am still in probate and clearing my father’s stuff. (I am told sometimes it takes years)

Ladder by Owl (Doll Coco)

“Time stops for no man”

“The wheel is turning and you can’t slow down,

You can’t let go and you can’t hold on,

You can’t go back and you can’t stand still.. “ GD

Moon festival  photo by Owl

Greif, grieving seems different for all of us. For me it is in waves, I love and think of my father daily. I have moments where it’s all overwhelming and I am lost.

The nagging stress questioning, am I dealing with his stuff right, what is this thing, what do I do with it, why is there so much stuff.

I keep seeing things and they mean nothing.

Why do we spend our lives surrounding ourselves with things?

No stuff is worth what a few more hours of time are worth to me.

Broom photo by owl








Trancendance in Venta Silurum


I haven’t been inspired to blog since my Father died. Everything feels chaotic and slow. However Iam starting to see some light …

“While I thought that I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die.” Leonardo da Vinci

Its amazing how basically dismantling a life time can open your mind and heart. Flowing through the stages of grief, the balance of living and running a business had me feeling stuck. Now I am beginning to feel, the wind blowing through my soul. The missing moving towards memory, smiling instead of crying. The many lessons still tumultuous in my mind but bits are forming and the feeling of Love is solid.


This sim Venta Silurum inspired me to take some photos and blog a bit today.

The King & Queen of Venta Silurum:

Tallyesin (Tally)

Tally is also an amazing Acoustic Musician in second life.

He plays guitar beautifully and has a strong warm voice that hits your soul.

 Check out Tally Esin on Facebook.

Tally’s performing schedule.

Tally On youtube.

Tallyesin on flickr

Kiana Jarman (Kiana)

Kiana is an amazing woman she owns KlubWerK.poses and PhotoLounge.Jarman

.Kiana is also Fashion Teller House COO & photographer.


Klubwerk poses on Facebook

Kiana’s photos on flickr


Incredibly these too very creative busy people made the quite stunning Venta Silurum sim and opened it to the public so we all may enjoy a piece of their heart.

Wandering along the path at Venta you can see the eye for detail and beauty that went into the making of this lovely respite. The wind light used creates a dusky feeling of possibility.  wandering the paths through this sim you come upon many quiet spots to rest with great photo opportunities. This sim defiantly captures the feel of the ruins of an old town amidst a lovely rural Welsh countryside.

Venta Silurum (real life one) is now Caerwent in SouthEast Wales where much of the town has been excavated and is an archeological display of Roman and pre Roman ruins. There is a Literary theory with some sound reasoning that Venta Silurum may have been the Camelot of Arthurian legend.


Currently through September 30th Venta Silurum is having a Photo contest.



  Watch the music video above, or listen to the song. Select an element from the song that you want to portray in photograph form, taken on the sim Venta Silurum.

PRIZES: 1ST: L$10,000, 2ND: L$2,500, 3RD L$2,500

More info here

Venta Silurum flickr group here


Thank you for visiting my blog

♡ ♡ ♡ ~ owl

Future Shock: sci-fi machinima in Second Life

Wow this is intriguing !

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Future Shock: sci-fi machinima Future Shock: sci-fi machinima

Future Shock is an ambitious and intriguing new Second Life Machinima series produced by Pryda Parx, the first episode of which was released on You Tube on September 16th, 2016.

Future Shock is set in a dark future world where technology is designed to keep everyone safe and secure. At least that’s the way it is meant to be,” Pryda told me as we discussed the concept and the evolving series. “A place where technology dominates and where real life and virtual worlds intertwine.”

Unfolding over nine episodes, the story is told in something of a non-linear manner. Individual segments run to around 4 minutes each, unfolding part of the story, but as Pryda notes, “to get the most out of the audience will need to pause, rewind and revisit previous episodes; there are a lot of subtle connections between episodes which will not be…

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