When in doubt,”try to live in a lovelier light.”

I’ve lived in two states: Paranoia and Delusion. Lol, no I’m kidding (kinda). I was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada a few years ago and the weather conditions aren’t that extreme, unless you consider Las Vegas in the summer and I’m putting that off as long as I can. Right now, Las Vegas is so cold right now and windy as hell! I can’t imagine living through a hurricane or tornado. So, I painted a picture of what I wish it was like. Blue skies, flowers, piano music playing in the background, and one gorgeous dress.

Glitter Swank March

Glitter’s Liz mesh cocktail dress bridges the gap between red carpet glamour and girly appeal. Liz is a new item for Swank’s March round, so if you haven’t been by and you love glamour and girly, I highly suggest you TP to Swank before it’s too late.

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Outfit: Glitter Liz Mesh Cocktail Dress @ Swank 
Jewelry: Chop Zuey San Guerlian Cameo Pearl Choker A,B, and C and Moondance Boutique Bellisima Little Earrings
Shoes: Ingenue :: Jolie Heels (Slink Add-On) :: Candy (former Gacha item)
Hair: booN Lab.069 hair
Pose: ProPose Taylor 6 @ Swank 
Location: The Looking Glass

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I’m gonna trade this life for fortune and fame

Okay, I can’t really trade my first or second life for fortune and fame (both combined are not worth that much), but there are some aspects of both that I would love to give away.  As for Second Life, I don’t like mass teleports or intrusive hellos from male avatars. Is that super mean?

As for real life, I could totally give away my mood swings. I would have to give that away because it would be an awful trade!

Second Life is a sanctuary to me, and not necessarily in the religious or spiritual sense. It’s my time to get away from real life and dress up my virtual Barbie doll.

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The last time I wore a gown in real life was my senior prom, so I’ve led myself to believe I’m a jeans and flip flop girl, but I never really had the opportunity to dress up. If I did (and I was at least 5 inches taller), I would totally wear a dress like PurpleMoon’s Miss Scarlett. Miss Scarlett is available in 8 colors, and I’m in love with this shade of blue.

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Incidentally, the sale ends today, but Miss Scarlett in Gold is half off! Regardless of what color you choose, Lazuri’s Marzia complements Miss Scarlett perfectly. The combination reminds me of old Hollywood glamour. I was never there in body, but certainly in spirit. Hollywood is the ultimate in fame and fortune right?

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Post title pinched from Nickleback’s “Rockstar