Thursday, February 21, 2008


There's a bed on the second floor. There's plumbing in the bathroom. There's a vanity in the second bedroom. There's an Elvis clock on the wall. There's a map of Steelhead City next to it. There's a cabinet thing below that. In the study, there's a desk, a chair, and a lamp (I'm usually sitting in there, if I'm not in my secret hiding place to get away from people). Front yard, there's a Steelhead flag, Edward's Fuzzball Scarecrow, and two lamps.

The big empty floor that some of you keep harping about......I rez several objects to check them out and do some editing to them, sometimes fiddle with building. I like it like that. May add a rug, but other than that, it stays as it is.

Now......ENOUGH of the comments about the lack of furniture. My house, I can do what I damn well please with it.


Eladrienne Laval said...

You have a HOUSE? Haaaaa...

Frau Lowey said...

Ah, but some of us have only seen your parlor workroom!

I will worry less about you now.

It certainly sounds as if you have sufficient pieces if you decide to practice furnishing defenstration.

However, remember - if the playing field moves to the dwellings of your neighbors (either side), green and/or glowing and/or smoking is Not a Good Idea for the "pitch it in the street" game. Dr Masons' objects are likely to explode, and at Mr Munster's camp, that is likely to be luncheon.

Diamanda Gustafson said...

I guess you'll have to invite me over, then.

Christine McAllister said...

You forgot about the family of gnomes that moved in and lived quite happily in your house for several days until you cruelly evicted them.