– Building Daydreams by AineMari Flanagan
A daydream is a meal at which images are eaten. Some of us are gourmets, some gourmands, and a good many take their images precooked out of a can and swallow them down whole, absent-mindedly and with little relish. – W.H. Auden, English Poet
I spent the better part of grade school staring out of the classroom window. My endless daydreams were an irritation to most of my teachers. I yearned to seek adventures and tell stories of life beyond the limitations of the dusty blackboard and the hard plastic seats. I studied clouds, watched the traffic coming and going, and wondered about the people who scurried below as I imagined grand adventures.
The dictionary describes daydreaming as a short-term detachment from reality when one’s surroundings are substituted by a visionary fantasy, especially one of happy, pleasant thoughts, hopes or ambitions, imagined as coming to pass, and experienced while awake. Anyone who ever sat through a boring lecture or drove a long distance through barren scenery knows the value of short-term detachment. Sometimes it’s necessary to keep the car on the road and allow your mind to wander somewhere else. Just don’t miss your exit.
Here is one more daydream: What’s beyond that field? What does that cloud resemble? Do you hear music in the breeze? Can you see that old cottage and tell me a story of people who used to live there? Imagine that. Second life is my imagination and daydreams brought to life and with this in mind I am creating a new aspect to my enterprise called Building Daydreams. Where you will find landscapes, and buildings birthed from my dreams and imagination.
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– Satyrs Moon by Vasa Vella
When I first came to Second Life, I knew what I wanted to be.
I searched high and low and could not find the right Satyr avatar.
There were many looks that I went through, some I look back at now and am ashamed of.
One day my Muse spoke to me, and told me that if I was not happy with my look in Second Life, it was my own fault.
She pushed me to start building Satyr Avatars of my own. Each color, each furset is rigorously tested before it is put on the market.
I wear them to see how they move and how they look.
Some show up in the market place, and many more are resigned to a trash can.
Satyrs Moon is, “Made for Satyrs by Satyrs.” That is something that 10 years later I still take to heart.
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