Monday, January 21, 2019
How Second Life Makes Life Better For A Disabled Person
I came to Second Life three years and five months ago. Someone mentioned Second Life, and that caught my attention. At first, I was a shy person, using a female human avatar. I wasn't sure how to get more Lindens. As days went by, I started to know more about this virtual world. For one, I know now how to get more Linden dollars, from winning contests, to Second Life jobs, or buying them with real money. I do that once a month to make sure that my lots are paid for.
I find this amazing that when I first started using Second Life, I moved into an apartment on Cape Heron. I have had two apartments but not at the same time. I would remember my old living spaces with fondness. When I was living in an apartment, I would be looking at houses on the parcels, and wanted to live on a parcel. One day, I got parcels. I can't say how many parcels I got because for some reasons, it's not right. So I would just say that one day, I got some parcels, and ever since then, I have been making sure that I pay the rent.
Second Life had helped me out a great deal since the day I signed up. I have no regret in joining Second Life, and I hope to continue on as a member of Second Life. In a way, thanks to Second Life, I'm now a writer, and I got lucky to have a partner, Six String (roleplayismylife). I love Six String very much.
Thank you, Second Life, in giving me many chances. I will never forget that.
Posted by Bixyl Shuftan at 6:00 AM
Labels: Cape Heron, commentary, Deaflegacy, disability, disabled, People, Second Life, Secondlife, sl, SLife and times, Virtual Ability, writer, writing
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When I found out I had to have surgeries that would leaveme unable to walk for some time I was devastated. My friend Crystal toldme about SL and the rest as they say was history. I could dance. I could explore.. I could have some kind of life. I am so thankful for that. Second Life have me some of the best supportive friends I have ever had and I am certainly glad I had it in the darkest times of my life.ReplyDelete
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