A little bit country


I grew up in the country and live in a city. I have enjoyed the benefits and put up with the inconveniences of both rural and urban life and in the end, I choose the city. Still, there are times I miss the country. Listening to some neighbor’s car alarm last night, random noises from vehicles, police alarms and a band practicing loud enough to disturb but too quietly to be enjoyed – I longed for the rhythmic lapping of the waves on the shore with the hum of crickets punctuated by frogs and the laughter of loons. So, I went to the country in SL today – with a romper from Peqe (at the Liaison Collaborative) and a cozy jacket from sheep door that I picked up at Japan Fair.

0424_001I added some good walking boots and socks from Maitreya and headed out to the deck that Lark made for the Home Show.



I braided my hair in a casual side braid from Truth – a brand new release, tossed on some jewelry from bellballs and Krystal and enjoyed the scent of flowers instead of exhaust. 0424_006

I cannot forget to mention my delicious manicure from FLAIR – from one of the five sets released at Cosmetics Fair this month.



This skin from League is perfect – for casual or formal occasions and it comes with sunscreen.

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Poses: aDorkable
Skin: *League* Skin Erin Pale Mint Brunette Chest (released at Skin Fair)
Eyes: [UMEBOSHI] Eon eyes Duo Green (med)
Lashes: Lelutka
Mani/Pedi: SLink Mesh Hands & Feet with FLAIR mani applier (Cosmetics Fair)
Hair: TRUTH HAIR Elyse
Clothing: Peqe – Tuscany (The Liaison Collaborative)
[Sheep Door] Flannel shirt (Mesh) Border (Japan Fair)
Maitreya Dahlia Socks * Flat
Shoes: Maitreya Stagioni Xtd Suede * Mist
Jewelry: Krystal Raindrops Necklace – Platinum
[bellballs] Disc Charm Necklace- Pink Roses
[bellballs] Disc Earring- Pink Roses
Location: Potted Plants – XD and Dutchie
Foliage, tees and bucket candle – We’re Closed
Rug and Pillows – Zaara
Painted Deck – Lark (Home Show)

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