I haven’t been here since the new year so I wanted to do a quick update and say hi to you all! April 15th is my Linden rezday and now I’ve been at Linden Lab for 2 years. May 9th is my Resident rezday and it will be 14 years for me in Second Life as Strawberry Singh. To say that Second Life changed my life is an understatement. I love the time I’ve spent here and what Second Life has done for me. It’s been an adventure and a creative outlet. It’s also brought me love, friendship, and a wonderful new career. I’m so thankful not only for the last 2 years, but all 14, and looking forward to many more.
Last year for my first Linden rezday I shared a list of the things I do at Linden Lab and also the things I’ve learned. I feel like most of that list is still the same, with some additions, and a new title – Social Media Manager.
Thinking about my Rezday made me remember a project we did back in 2015 for Second Life’s 12th birthday “What Second Life Means to Me!” Xiola Linden had initiated the project and with the help of Draxtor Despres, I released this video where I shared my feelings about our beloved virtual world.
This year Second Life is turning 18! I hope to see you all at the celebrations starting on June 17th.
I’m pretty busy with my Linden account, however, I still login to Strawberry Singh from time to time and play dress-up or just explore. I’m also active on Flickr and Twitter, but you can see a list of all the social networks I post on, for work too, on my Social Media page.
Back in February I did an ASMR-style video and enjoyed it so much I told myself I would try to do a few each month. That didn’t happen due to time constraints, but I’m hoping I can do more like this in the near future. I absolutely love ASMR and really want to find a way to create my own in this style.
I want to end this post by thanking you all. The Second Life community has been so incredibly supportive of me and my work. I am doing my best to feature your work, as much as I can, on our Socials, Destination Guide, and Blogger Network. I hope you continue to support and encourage other Residents as much as you have supported me throughout the years, and make our virtual community even stronger.