Second Life Home & Gardening

A Well Earned Rest

1 Organica Nemo S

While I spent yesterday morning relaxing, today started completely differently. When you have changed the sheets, done two loads of laundry, bathed your pigeon-pooped-on cat, cleaned the fridge, bathroom and laundry room, taken out the trash and gotten groceries all before noon, I think one is entitled to spend the late afternoon lounging around reading. The fact that it is on a waterborne bed makes it all the sweeter.

Pretty stuff I’m showing off:

Top: Tee*fy Basic Tucked Tank White by Azure Electricteeth
Shorts: Tee*fy Abbey Highwaist Basics Lemon Short by Azure Electricteeth
Shoes: tulip. Gladiator Sandals (Sand) for Slink Flat Feet by Minami Susanowa
Necklace: Izzie’s – Camera Necklace gold wood tiffany by Izzie Button (gacha prize)
Earrings: Munique. Curve Earrings / Yellow Rockabilly by lonlysoule (store under construction)
Hair: “LoQ Hair” Bacardi – Cherry Red by Gia Pawpad (available at The Dressing Room Fusion)
Skin: [PXL] Creations – [PXL] JADE SK Bare Lips MEB C2 by Hart Larsson
Hands: Slink Mesh Hands (av) Casual by Siddean Munro
Feet: Slink AvEnhance Feet Flat by Siddean Munro
Hand & Feet appliers:[PXL] Creations<a – [ PXL ] Slink Hand & Feet Appliers SK by Hart Larsson
Eyes: Amacci Gaze Eyes – Ocean Blue by Carina Larsen
Lashes: Mon Cheri *MC* “Falsies” Eyelash by Freya Oliveri

Bed: [ Organica ] Nemo Rowboat Bed (for The Neighbourhood) by Aki Shichiroji
Lantern: {what next} Jar Lantern (star) by Winter Thorn

Pose by the bed

9 thoughts on “A Well Earned Rest

  1. Love the pic Peep! Great bumping into you today but gawd you like to take your life in your own hands bathing a cat!

    1. It was lovely chatting in pixels 🙂

      lol ok, here’s how you bathe a cat:

      1. Put her in the bathtub
      2. Hold her with one hand (this part is VERY important!)
      3. Use a handheld shower attachment with the nozzle pressed against the fur/skin to wet her down.
      4. VERY carefully pour shampoo on her and lather her up (this is when she gets frisky and holding on is tricky!)
      5. Use the shower head to rinse.
      6. Wrap her in a fluffy towel (her own or because you’ll NEVER get her fur out of this towel!) and cuddle until as much excess water as possible is soaked up. Your shirt will take some of the extra 😉
      7. Put her down and watch her shake & roll and flick her feet to try to get the water off.
      8. Make sure she has access to a sunny, warm spot for drying.
      9. Brush her as she starts to dry to separate the fur and speed drying. This is the point when all is forgiven!

      I don’t bathe her in winter unless it is an absolute emergency because that requires use of the hair dryer. Now THAT is when the trouble starts!

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