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Love Thursdays

A few months back I started sharing things I love every Thursday on plurk and flickr and since then it has really become an eye opening experience for me. It’s made me learn to appreciate my surroundings more. You can visit the Love Thursday flickr group and learn more about it and participate if you like.

Love Thursdays - Dutch Touch Skins

This is the first time I am actually blogging about my Love Thursday. I figured I’d put a few things together in this post, first of course will be the new Dutch Touch Dune skins that were just released yesterday. They are absolutely delicious. I cannot stress what an outstanding job Iki Ikarus has done with this skin. The face is so haunting and exotic, especially in this sensational CatsEyes makeup.


Aside from the face, the shading on the body is perfection. Each makeup comes with two brow options and also two options for pubes. So take a moment to run down to Dutch Touch and pick up a demo.


I also wanted to add a few other things to this blog post that fit perfectly for Love Thursday as well. Dove Swanson of Long Awkward Pose just released a new pose set called “Wonder Girls.” Back in November she had sent me a notecard requesting me to send her some images of poses I might like to see inworld, I did and then totally forgot about it. So when she presented me with this new set which had this pose named after me, it was a wonderful surprise. I absolutely love it, especially since it’s perfect for showing off my favorite jewels on the grid. Thank you Dovey! <3

What is that written behind me on the wall in the picture you ask? It is an excerpt from “Sand and Foam”, written by one of my favorite authors, Kahlil Gibran.

Happy Love Thursday! <3

Skin: DUTCH TOUCH ::DUNe:: Cocoa (Iki Ikarus)
Hair: Maitreya Aisha II – Chocolate (Onyx LeShelle)
All clothing and jewels from {Zaara} (Zaara Kohime)
The earrings in the first two pics are, as of now, unreleased.


Strawberry has been a Second Life Resident since 2007 and a Linden Lab employee since 2019.

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