25 January 2014
Basking in Laziness... Oops, I mean Freedom.
This photo is for showing off my unedited photo skills in SL and has nothing to do with the blog topic.
Although if I have to be honest, I am really writing this blog post so that I can slot in a photo and pretend I have a SLife.
So. Very few people know that I have not socialised much since I came back, because I have socialised so little since I came back that I did not have the chance to tell them how little I have socialised since I came back. Obviously, I make total sense and I credit it to my lack of social life at the moment. It's wonderful.
Of course, I still get dragged out in RL by friends. (My RL buddies will never leave me alone. One of them ran after me all the way to Nepal to get some advice about her love life. Yeah, we are extreme. I may run after her to London this May... for no reason.) (I say that with love.)
And I still argue with my mum about my fashion sense and I don't know why I bother. (Because you know, a 60 year-old in big tshirts and fabric slippers 24/7 doles out perfect fashion advice.) (Not complaining, but I really don't want square-shaped hair or fabric flats for the rest of my life. I may change my mind at 60 but that's another 27 years to go.)
Apart from that, I've done so little that I am proud to say I've almost completely wasted my time. At the same time, I am relieved to say there has been slight progress in my job search. At the rate I am going, I should be able to get a job in 10 years' time. Ok, kidding. 9.
But you know what? I do want a little more action in SL. I haven't been able to lock my interest in SL these days. I'll log in, check the notices, see nothing, log out. I am tired of building and taking photos. I can't go exploring because my computer lags and I crash faster than the views rezz. Do you have any suggestions for me?
But anyway, life's good. I treasure this period when I am able to enjoy having nothing to do till I start a full-time job again. Being too busy is really overrated.
Posted by Tashi Core