January 22, 2010
Just in time for some weekend fun! It’s the The Lazy Day rug from Awesome Blossom. The Lazy Day Rug has 4 sit animations, which are perfect for relaxing by yourself or hanging out with your friends, plus 6 different textures to compliment your decorating needs. It weighs in at only 1 prim and makes a great accessory for those lazy afternoons. Swing by and pick yours up today!
Also, just a reminder that Awesome Blossom’s Haiti Relief item is still for sale and will be through Sunday. You can purchase the white wood edition of the Chillaxin’ Swing at the Scribble Haiti Relief Skybox and you can purchase the light and dark wood versions at the mainstore. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far.
And that’s it for now, but stay tuned for more fun releases coming your way soon!
January 20, 2010
On the morning of January 12th, Haiti suffered a 7.0 earthquake, which has flattened the capital of Port au Prince, and 100,000 or more are feared dead. This morning a 6.1 aftershock slammed the already ravaged area. Haiti needs our help.
Radio Signals has set up a skybox on her sim, Scribble, which has items that have been set for sale from various content creators from all walks of SL. All proceeds from these sales will go to The Red Cross International Response Fund to help those in the Haiti disaster.
I have just set out my new Chillaxin’ Swing at the Scribble skybox which features texture change pillow, 7 sit animations and 1 couple animation. This full feature swing is selling for $249L and is different than the “slimmed down” version that was recently for sale for 69L Hump Day Happiness.
ALL proceeds of the sale of this swing are going to the Red Cross. When the final donation is made, all information regarding totals, etc., will be posted to her blog and Flickr by OMGWTF Barbecue (owner of This is a Fawn). I will then pass this information along to my own group. Donation totals as of today are currently $1,700,457L!!
I personally wish to thank you for your donation. There has been so much death and destruction caused by this single event that even the notion of a rebuilt and healthy Haiti seems so far away, but there is still hope and you are now a part of that hope and recovery process. So thank you, from the bottom of my heart.