A little goat, causing some fuss on the Fairelands Sim of Featherfall. How many of her sheep cousins have gone missing, only to find out they have been held hostage to create this town full of knitted wonders. Some great wizardry must be at work here. She has to admit tho, the flying yarn is rather amusing.Continue reading Faireland Transformations – Fluffy Friend
Mystical Deer watching over the transformation of a hidden cave, waiting to see what mischief it can partake in while the humans shop nearby.
My first transformation this faire is into a Tiny Little Deer. I really enjoyed prancing around the faire in this one.
I tend to go shopping in little avatars now, as they are way lower in AC. People always seem to get a kick out of it, and want to take pictures. You will be a real hit dressing up as something not human. What better place to do it too.
I ended up finding this super cool cave at the Mistakes Were Made sim, I matched it so well, that it was an instant photo op.
The Fairelands have always been a place to welcome all types, and you will see many of the littler folk flitting about, on your journeys through the faire.
Join in on the fun, and grab your new skin for your Caboodle Fawn Avatar. All proceeds from your purchase of this skin go to Relay for Life.
The Caboodle Avatar is a gacha item, so in total this look costs less than L$300, which is not bad.
Store: SKS Designs
Designer: silverskyranch Resident
Item: Fantasy Fawn Mod Kit: Applier – Blue Mane (For the Caboodle Fawn Avatar)
100% RFL Charity Item only @ Fantasy Faire 2020
The Unweaver had been at work in the world again. Rarely sighted, particularly in these lands where all the beings were so aware, so vigilant. Actions and reactions, events and occurances in the wider world rippled and echoed even here. To Saya, these whispers and rumbles were more tangible. Continue reading Why I Relay – A blogger challenge
“Come sail away, come sail away, come sail away with me…”
Feet sink in the sand,
A hidden Oasis,
Lush with trees,
Blurred horizons are the view,
Voices on the wind,
The dunes roll,
As the winds play,
Still we come,
Through this place,