2010.07.26 07:00 - Can't step in the same river twice

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    The Guardian for this meeting was Eden Haiku. The comments are by Eden Haiku who was soon joined by Zen who had been hospitalized lately. I did  a little welcome dance for him in my dragonfly skirt  and we were then joined by Bleu, Yakuzza (breaking into calypso dance also), then Bruce and, briefly, by Storm who had to reconnect and came by a bit later. Ewan was already standing at the edge of the circle, lonesome abandoned avatar, but he joined us at the end.

    Eden Haiku: Zen!!! Good to see you!

    Zen Arado: Hi Eden :)

    Eden Haiku: It is so nice to have you back in PaB, how are you these days, adjusting?

    Zen Arado: I'm ok

    Zen Arado: just feel a bit low on energy

    Eden Haiku: Let this session fill you up :))

    Zen Arado: I get tired easily

    Zen Arado: nice gown !

    Eden Haiku: Day-o, me say daaay-o~

    Zen Arado: day I come and I want to go hoe

    Zen Arado: home

    Zen Arado: very old calypso song

    Zen Arado: harry belafonte?


    Bleu Oleander: hi Eden, Zen

    Zen Arado: Hi Bleu:)

    Eden Haiku: Yes, a friend just gave it to me. Good morning Bleu ;)

    Bleu Oleander: Eden, you look lovely!

    Bleu Oleander: How are you Zen?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: hi everyone

    Yakuzza Lethecus smiles at zen

    Bleu Oleander: hi Yaku

    Eden Haiku: Hello Yahu :))

    Zen Arado: Hi Yaku :)

    Yakuzza Lethecus: Day-o, me say daaay-o~

    Eden Haiku: Day-o, me say daaay-o~

    Zen Arado: ok thanks - just a bit low on energy

    Yakuzza Lethecus: it's popular among the roadsidephilosophers

    Yakuzza Lethecus: i bet bruth gave it around :D

    Bleu Oleander: how funny!

    Yakuzza Lethecus: bruce

    Yakuzza Lethecus: gosh

    Eden Haiku: Now, I received from a friend called LOM. She attends philosophy circles too..

    Eden Haiku: How do replenish in energy Zen? Tell us what would make you feel good now?

    Zen Arado: instead fo trying to keep doing things I just sat for an hour and tried to be present to everything around me

    Eden Haiku: Wonderful!

    Eden Haiku: How was it?

    Zen Arado: pretty much like meditation I guess

    Zen Arado: gets boring :)

    Eden Haiku: :)

    Zen Arado: all my friends seem to be going here and there and I get envious

    Eden Haiku: Ah, yes, it's understandable...

    Zen Arado: even my older women friends all go to far flung places

    Zen Arado: I seem to be the only one who stays at home

    Zen Arado: wonder if all this travelling is necessary

    Zen Arado: or are we conditioned to think we need to travel?

    Zen Arado: need to have exotic holidays?

    Eden Haiku: Maybe not. ;) You can also travel in your dreams ;)

    Zen Arado: Hi Bruce

    Bleu Oleander: travel in your mind

    Bleu Oleander: can be just as interesting

    Eden Haiku: Hi Bruce ;) , hello Storm :)

    Zen Arado: but why travel at all?

    Bruce Mowbray: Good morning/day, everyone!

    Yakuzza Lethecus: hey bruce,storm :)

    Bleu Oleander: travel lets you experience other cultures

    Storm Nordwind: Good morning

    Zen Arado: all this travel is ruining the planet after all?

    Zen Arado: Hi Storm :)

    Bleu Oleander: which you can do by reading, but first hand maybe better

    Bleu Oleander: hi Storm

    Eden Haiku: I have an aged uncle who suffers from Parkinson. He has been in a wheel chair for a few years now. Well, he wrote a wonderful book of his childhood souvenirs, one paragraph at a time. :)

    Bleu Oleander: too much travel probably

    Storm Nordwind needs to reset his connection - brb

    Zen Arado: sometimes I think there is a kind of conditioning to be lemmings present :)

    Eden Haiku: Ah ok Storm ;))

    Bleu Oleander: everything in moderation

    Eden Haiku: There is an expression in French:'Ca change le mal de place'.

    Bleu Oleander: what does that mean?

    Eden Haiku: It means something like travelling makes you feel the pain elsewhere...

    Eden Haiku: I find that very true..

    Bleu Oleander: ah

    Zen Arado: ah

    Zen Arado: what is the expression that means the more things change the more they stay the same?

    Zen Arado: plus ca change...

    Bleu Oleander: I think that's the point of travel

    Bleu Oleander: we're all human

    Bleu Oleander: one family

    Eden Haiku: No more along the lines: when you are juggling with train schedules and reservations and the likes, you have no time to think about other worries...

    Zen Arado: but we want the novelty

    Bruce Mowbray muses to himself: Heraclitus -- Absolutely nothing stays the same. . . can't step into the same river twice. . . . both river and Bruce have changed. . .

    Zen Arado: other places are exciting and different

    Eden Haiku: Ah yes, " plus ca change, plus c'est pareil", Zen, I think that is the expression you are looking for.

    Bleu Oleander: definitely Bruce


    Zen Arado: oui

    Eden Haiku: @Bruce, yes, always the same river, never the same water ;)

    Bruce Mowbray: "Stays the same" means we're ever more deeply entrenched in our pattern-recognition (lazy?).

    Zen Arado: not sure what that expression means now I think of it

    Bleu Oleander: travel not only shows us our differences but also our similarities

    Bruce Mowbray: Pattern-recognition is a survival skill to be sure -- and Nature uses it all the time, everywhere.

    Bruce Mowbray: When we travel we recognize patterns (McDonalds, Starbucks. . . similarities in culture. . . ) - -

    Eden Haiku: The expression is relating to people's behavior mostly. Repitition patterns in people's behavior.

    Bleu Oleander: similar wants and needs

    Zen Arado: of how nothing is ever really new?

    Eden Haiku: And we communicate without words with people living far away,

    Bruce Mowbray: Yes, Zen, never really new and always really new - both at once.

    Eden Haiku: Or everything renews itself every second?

    Zen Arado: but we ignore the marvellousness of the what we are familiar with

    Eden Haiku: Even our body cells renew themselves all the time.

    Zen Arado: familiarity breeds contempt

    Bleu Oleander: too harsh that statement I think

    Eden Haiku: Comfort rather :)?

    Bleu Oleander: yes Eden

    Zen Arado: yes maybe

    Zen Arado: but we tend to not really see the familiar around us

    Bruce Mowbray: I really hope that everyone does not drop out of this dialogue to watch this amazing video -- but later, I hope you'll watch it:

    Bruce Mowbray: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkGeO...layer_embedded

    Eden Haiku: I love familiar things. And within that comfort, I can explore. Like a young child with his mother closeby...venturing a little bit further...

    Zen Arado: ok thanks Bruce

    Bruce Mowbray: This seems to put it very clearly and beautifully. . .

    Bruce Mowbray: always new, always a pattern. . .

    Bleu Oleander: thx Bruce .... will watch later

    Bruce Mowbray: Is "boredom" a sign that we've become entrenched in our patterns?

    Eden Haiku: Yes, will watch it later too though I'm tempted to click...

    Noticing Yaku who had been very silent, I suddenly remember he had the chance to have dinner in real life with Pema, Bertram and Lia yesterday night in Germany after attending the SL guardians meeting.

    Eden Haiku: Yaku, how was your dinner with Pema and Bert and Lia yesterday in Cologne?

    Zen Arado: I used to think I knew what boredom was

    Bruce Mowbray: Never fear -- even if you watch the vid now, I shall be talking (still. . . .)!

    Zen Arado: but when I look for it I can't find it

    Bleu Oleander: need to give more than a cursory glance at the familiar to see the familiar in a fresh way

    Bruce Mowbray: Yes! How was the dinner in Koln!?

    Zen Arado: yes Bleu

    Zen Arado: 'to see a universe in a grain of sand'

    Bleu Oleander: :)

    Yakuzza Lethecus: it was nice

    Eden Haiku: Yes, Zen...

    Eden Haiku: We want some juicy gossip...How were they dressed?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: it wasn't really very long only 3 hrs or something

    Bleu Oleander: that was funny to see you speaking from Pema's avi

    Bleu Oleander: ha! Eden :)

    Eden Haiku: Yes, It was funny!

    Yakuzza Lethecus: hehe, pema's keyboard is hard for me, i can't even make a smilie

    Bruce Mowbray enjoyed seeing Yaku "channeling" through Pema.

    Bleu Oleander: especially when you said there is no such thing as enlightenment

    Eden Haiku: Was Pema wearing orange hush puppies, and Lia an amber necklace?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: :)

    Bleu Oleander: did you practice awareness at dinner?

    Eden Haiku: And was Bert in the blue skin of a navi warrior?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: i was just delighted that it happened so well, rl has always more depth of course

    Bleu Oleander: yes, good to realize that

    Yakuzza Lethecus: yeah, i was waiting for that as well, eden :)

    Yakuzza Lethecus: in that sense SL might even provide more then real life

    Bleu Oleander: in what sense?

    Eden Haiku: What did you talk about?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: you can be what ever you like to be inworld

    Bleu Oleander: can in rl too

    Bleu Oleander: I constantly reinvent myself

    Yakuzza Lethecus: we had the same subjects as we had during the last weeks, what does play as being mean to us? starting in the end?

    Eden Haiku: Bleu lives in a permanent Burning Man festival!

    Bleu Oleander: ha!

    Zen Arado: I don't even know who I am now

    Yakuzza Lethecus: for example lia's bf isn't into secondlife at all, so it seemed all a bit alienated for him

    Zen Arado: in SL or RL

    Eden Haiku: Nevada is close by to you , have you ever attended Burning Man Bleu?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: i wonder how motion capturing systems for consumers will have an impact on the metaverses in the future

    Bleu Oleander: no, but have friends who go every year


    Storm gets back and as Zen is now wondering who he is now, I relapse into the calypso dance to cheer him up. The conversation meanders between Burning Man, Burning Life, RL and SL, we talk about the subtletlies of French 'anniversaire' and 'fete' (which reminds me just  now today is the  'fete' of a dear friend in Paris....thanks Zen :)) and we hear of a great saint mingling with us : Saint Bruce the Divine!


    Zen Arado: wb Storm

    Storm Nordwind smiles

    Eden Haiku: Welcome back Storm :)

    Yakuzza Lethecus: wb

    Bleu Oleander: went to "burning life" in sl though

    Bruce Mowbray does not understand the "resistance" to SL from some folks who have never been in-world.

    Yakuzza Lethecus: it's the prejudice

    Yakuzza Lethecus: wtf are are you doing in this stuipid massive multiplayer game ?

    Eden Haiku: Me too, I loved Burning Life!@ Zen did you say you don't know who you are now?

    Bruce Mowbray: My g/f in RL absolutely refuses to even look at it! NEVER has seen SL -- even though I've told her for months that it has enhanced my RL exponentially.

    Zen Arado: often it's resistance to computers

    Bruce Mowbray: Oh she's a whiz on computers...

    Bruce Mowbray: (I have a similar resistance to cell phones that she has to SL).

    Zen Arado: no I don't - who am i?

    Bruce Mowbray: Never had a cell phone and never will!

    Eden Haiku: Day-o, me say daaay-o~

    Bleu Oleander: hehe @Eden

    Eden Haiku: Answering Zen's question...

    Bruce Mowbray: Holy Harry Belafonte!!!! (LOVE it, Eden!)

    Eden Haiku: You are a banana Zen...

    Zen Arado: the more you ask yourself that question the more you realize there is no one there I think

    Zen Arado: ha ha that will do :)

    Bleu Oleander: so who is typing?

    Zen Arado: near enough genetically anyway :)

    Eden Haiku: I'm a dragonfly this morning.

    Eden Haiku: @Bleu, yeah, who is typing then???

    Zen Arado: don't know - some human form is

    Zen Arado: why I don't know

    Bruce Mowbray: :-)

    Zen Arado: except that it's fun

    Zen Arado: :)

    Bleu Oleander: so who is having fun?

    Zen Arado: must be some hedonist

    Zen Arado: :)

    Eden Haiku: Zen is an hedonist!

    Bleu Oleander: some human form who thinks and decides something is fun

    Bruce Mowbray muses to self: "Fun = Pleasure??"

    Zen Arado: is also an old misery guts sometimes :)

    Zen Arado: what does 'Bonne fete ' mean Eden?

    Eden Haiku: It means happy birthday, is it yours?

    Zen Arado: think I sent the wrong card to a French woman this morning

    Bruce Mowbray: oh dear!

    Eden Haiku: French people make distinctions.

    Zen Arado: ah ok I thought it was 'anniversaire'

    Bruce Mowbray: ha ha ha!

    Eden Haiku: They say Bon anniversaire for your birthday

    Zen Arado: ah confusing

    Eden Haiku: And then Bonne fete, on the saint's day on the calendar...

    Zen Arado: it's a woman I used to know in SL

    Eden Haiku: Like someone called John "fete" would be on June 24th

    **because it is Saint John the Baptist Day**

    Zen Arado: know her on Copains D'Avant

    Eden Haiku: I know, I make this mistale all the time with French friends, we do not celebrate saints here either,,,,

    Zen Arado: but I find that site difficlt

    Eden Haiku: But they celebrate birthdays much more than "fete", she won't take offense I'm sure :))

    Bruce Mowbray muses to self: "Who needs saints when we can bless everything, everywhere, and all the time - ourselves?"

    Bruce Mowbray: everywhere.

    Zen Arado: I got a reminder from here http://www.linternaute.com/cartes/

    Eden Haiku: Yeahhh Saint-Bruce!

    Bruce Mowbray: :-)

    Bruce Mowbray: Saint Bruce the Divine - to be more exact.

    Zen Arado: so it musy have been her birthday

    Eden Haiku: Some of these animated cards are really fun.

    Eden Haiku: Do you have your own cathedral yet?

    Bruce Mowbray: Here is a link to the best animated cards I've seen so far:

    Bruce Mowbray: http://www.jacquielawson.com/default.asp

    Zen Arado: yes Bruce I use her too

    Eden Haiku: Oh, thanks!

    Bruce Mowbray: she is really good - and I love the dog!

    Zen Arado: really good animations

    Bruce Mowbray: indeed. Hope I won't get into trouble for recommending her work.

    Eden Haiku: For my brother's birthday a few days ago, I sent him a YouTube song of his favorite song when he was a child. He really liked it!

    Zen Arado: I use the Christmas cards


    Birthdays probabilities, rezz days and our lives as avatars 


    Eden Haiku: Isn't it someone's birthday here these days? hum hum...

    Zen Arado: prefer not to think of birthdays

    Zen Arado: have had too many already

    Bleu Oleander: always a good excuse for a party

    Zen Arado: true

    Bruce Mowbray: I've had 68 of them -- counting my 1st (age 0)

    Zen Arado: we never have parties any more

    Eden Haiku: Should check my twin sister Rrose rezz day, might be these days...

    Zen Arado: wow you beat me Bruce

    Bruce Mowbray: You should come here Friday afternoons, right Yaku!?

    Zen Arado: by one only

    Storm Nordwind recalls that if we had 23 people here around the pool, there would be a greater that 50% probability that two people would have the same birthday

    Bruce Mowbray: Bruce, of course, has not even had his first yet...

    Zen Arado: too many oldies getting in here :)

    Bruce Mowbray: That's an amazing statistic, Storm -- I've seen that proven in classrooms. . . I can't figure out why it works!

    Zen Arado: Hi Ewan

    Bleu Oleander: hi Ewan

    Eden Haiku: Really Storm? Probabilities are amazing,

    Bruce Mowbray: Good morning, Ewan.

    Yakuzza Lethecus: hi ewan

    Ewan Bonham: Hi folks

    Eden Haiku: Hi Ewan.

    Storm Nordwind: 74.89% of statistics are made up on the spur of the moment Bruce ;)

    Bruce Mowbray: ;-)

    Bleu Oleander: ha!

    Ewan Bonham: Storm, how accurate it tha?

    Ewan Bonham: is that?

    Eden Haiku: You mean you made it up Storm?

    Ewan Bonham: lol

    Zen Arado: statistically accurate?

    Zen Arado: means it is all lies :)

    Storm Nordwind: About the birthdays? No that accurate. I didn't make that one up

    Bruce Mowbray: "Statistics" is a way of discerning "pattern." -- Pattern recognition through math.

    Eden Haiku: But all the rest is false? I see...

    Bleu Oleander: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_th...ast_50_percent

    Eden Haiku: Back to pattern recognition he he...

    Eden Haiku: Oh, thanks Bleu!

    Storm Nordwind: And there are 24 cushions around the pool here :)

    Bleu Oleander: so do the math

    Bruce Mowbray: - - - In SL that probability would be MUCH higher - since here we do birthdays in MONTHS, not days.

    Storm Nordwind: We do??

    Bleu Oleander: so we can party every month?

    Bruce Mowbray: Yes, check anyone's Profile... always stated in years and months.

    Storm Nordwind: Not in viewer v1 it's not

    Storm Nordwind: Not in viewer v1 it's not

    Ewan Bonham: lol Bruce

    Bleu Oleander: mine has a date .... using v1

    Zen Arado: no it gives the day too in Emerald

    Bruce Mowbray: Oh -- In V2, for example, Zen Arado is 2 yrs and 8 months old.

    Storm Nordwind: Mine just says "Born: 11/13/2006"

    Bleu Oleander: another reason to keep v1

    Bruce Mowbray: Oh -- I see. . . Sorry! Didn't notice the exact date before now. Always learning -- when my entrenchment in patterns does not preclude that.

    Zen Arado: I'm 974 in SL

    Bruce Mowbray: ?

    Zen Arado: 974 days old

    Bruce Mowbray: OH !

    Bruce Mowbray: Zen Mathusela!

    Zen Arado: you are 139 Bruce

    Bruce Mowbray: cool.

    Storm Nordwind: This avatar is getting on 4 years old, but my time in SL is well over 4 years old

    Yakuzza Lethecus: i ask myself what the avarage live expectation of an avatar is

    Eden Haiku: How come, you had another avatar before Storm?

    Bruce Mowbray: I know an "idiot savant" in RL --- If you tell him your RL birthday, within seconds he can tell you exaclt how many days it will be until your next one -- or since your last one.

    Storm Nordwind: I have about 8 avatars in total

    Storm Nordwind: But I really only use one or two now

    Yakuzza Lethecus: how many of them do you use within 60 days ?

    Storm Nordwind: two

    Eden Haiku: And how old is the oldest of your avatars?

    Bruce Mowbray: That's a LOT of birthdays to keep track of, Storm.

    Storm Nordwind: The oldest is over 4 years old

    Eden Haiku: SL is 7 years old I think...

    Eden Haiku: So you were around in medieval times...

    Bruce Mowbray: yes, 2003 -- beginning of SL.

    Storm Nordwind: I mostly use the main alt for testing things here.


    Zen Arado: stone age SL :)

    Bleu Oleander: bye everyone .... have fun :)

    Eden Haiku: Bye Bleu :))

    Yakuzza Lethecus: take care

    Yakuzza Lethecus: take care everyone

    Ewan Bonham: Bye blue

    Zen Arado: bye Bleu

    Storm Nordwind waves

    Zen Arado: better go too - thanks for nice chat :)

    Eden Haiku: First time I notice waving animation, I always just saw them in chat. Bye Zen!!!

    Ewan Bonham: bye zen

    Storm Nordwind: I linked the two Eden

    Bruce had vanished into nothingness without warning and soon afterwards,  a cute female avatar in a cherry-red pant suit magically popped in on the cushion he had been sitting...


    Eden Haiku: I suspect Io might be Bruce's female counterpart....

    Eden Haiku: Are you Io? ;)))

    Io Larkspur: Good morning/day --

    Io Larkspur: WHEW! What is this strong odor of Bruce around me today?!!

    Io Larkspur: I am just fine, thanks.

    Eden Haiku: Ah, it's you, I knew it, the way you vanished. So, you are more comfortable with her now?

    Io Larkspur: "I" have never been comfortable with "Io."

    Io Larkspur: She wqas born about three weeks ago to fulfill an assignment for Pamala Clift's Think Tank -- something about gender-bending.

    Eden Haiku: Do you know about our recording of these sessions Io? (just in case...)

    Io Larkspur: Oh yes, I have been here before... Thanks, Eden.

    Eden Haiku: Ah yes, I remember reading the log. Bruce ;) It was so amazing when you said you noticed you created a kind of cliche female, submissive and so on...

    Io Larkspur: Yes, Bruce kept falling back on his "Habituated Patterns" in his attempts to give me life.

    Eden Haiku: You are Eurasian Io?

    Eden Haiku: Beautiful face and I love the flower in you hair too :)

    Io Larkspur: ? -- I was bred, born, and raised in New York. . . Does that count?

    Eden Haiku: I'm sure Bruce can learn to drive a female avatar out of cliches...

    Eden Haiku: Oh, a New Yorker! How nice :))

    Io Larkspur muses to self: I wish Bruce would get me out of these clothes! I've been wearing the same ones for three weeks.

    Eden Haiku: Let me see in my inventory...

    Io Larkspur: Unfortunately, (and this was one of the points of Pamala's assignment), Bruce seemed only to have cliches of female behavior to guide him.

    Io Larkspur: He could not get "with it" when it came to relaxing inside a female's body...

    Io Larkspur: VERY-self-conscious.

    Eden Haiku: That was the assignment, to drive your cliches of female behavior?

    Io Larkspur: Even now -- he has Io talking about HIM!

    Io Larkspur: No -- That was not the assignment -- The assignment was to take on an opposite-sex avatar and see what happens.

    Eden Haiku: Ok, so let's have a sisters talk here.

    Io Larkspur: One of the things that happened was that I (Io) noticed that other females were more willing to talk when I was IO and not BRUCE --

    Io Larkspur: and that made me think that Bruce was somehow intimidating them.

    Io Larkspur: Yes, sisters talk. I'd love that, Eden.

    Eden Haiku: Ah yes, the way women relate to other women is different, for sure.

    Io Larkspur: Yes, and especially if there is a MAN around - they relate differently then, or it would seem so.

    Eden Haiku: With sisters Storm and Ewan to :))

    Eden Haiku: Maybe in RL, but I never noticed that in SL...


    Ewan Bonham: Eden, I agree

    Io Larkspur muses: Uh oh! Here goes my entrenchment in pattern-habits again...

    Eden Haiku: I guess that is an interesting experiment. What did you learn as a female avatar Storm?

    Storm Nordwind: Lots!!

    Storm Nordwind: I learned how people react differently to a female than a male

    Io Larkspur: agrees entirely, so far, with Storm.

    Eden Haiku: Oh!

    Storm Nordwind: I also learned how easily I could persuade real females that I was another real female

    Eden Haiku: Yes, easier in SL I guess :)))

    Eden Haiku: I was dumbfounded when I learnt that some women I really like were men...

    Storm Nordwind: Ah!

    Io Larkspur says "Finally, I found a cushion that allows me to be a "real woman"!

    Eden Haiku: Well, I still like them a lot, and I kind of forget they are men...

    Io Larkspur: to sit like one.

    Ewan Bonham: lol

    Eden Haiku: I thought you wanted to sit betwen two men Io...

    Ewan Bonham: brb

    Io Larkspur: Play as Being presenting an appearance of an opposite-sex avi.

    Storm Nordwind: One or two people never knew I was really male. I was even propositioned (to meet in RL) by RL females who believed I was female

    Eden Haiku: What a tea party they would have had... Did you go?

    Storm Nordwind shakes his head

    Storm Nordwind: The only avatar that I have that subsequently met up with a RL "date" is this one. And here I am now in Colorado! ;-)

    Eden Haiku: Ah and yes, you married another SL avatar who happened to be a real woman :) What a fairy tale!

    Storm Nordwind: And we are as happy as a fairy tale too!

    Eden Haiku: That is so wonderful :))

    Eden Haiku: Did you meet her first as a female avatar?

    Storm Nordwind: Yes

    Storm Nordwind: Oh no

    Storm Nordwind: I was in this avatar

    Storm Nordwind: She was in a female avatar

    Storm Nordwind: In a clothes shop in SL

    Storm Nordwind: We met in RL two months later

    Eden Haiku: Yeah, remember reading that, what a place to flirt Storm :) Well it was well inspired :))

    Storm Nordwind: I think Kuan Yin's influence must extend to virtual worlds! :))

    Eden Haiku: Ah!!!

    Eden Haiku: So, how do you like coming to PaB Io?

    Io Larkspur: Bruce tells me about PaB all the time. And the folks are very friendly here.

    Eden Haiku: Oh, that's nice :)

    Storm Nordwind must rush to the Post Office and quietly excuses himself

    Io Larkspur: I enjoy it a lot -- but Bruce then feels like he's missing out - so he pushes me away and comes in as himself again.

    Eden Haiku: Bye Storm, nice to see you this morning :))

    Storm Nordwind: Namaste

    Eden Haiku: Namaste

    Io Larkspur: Bruce now informs me that he has to take the dog for a walk. . . so I guess that's my cue to de-avatarize myself.

    Io Larkspur: Blessings to you all on this fine day!

    Eden Haiku: Bye Io, nice to meet you. Are you going for a walk with Bear and Bruce?

    Io Larkspur: Namaste!

    Eden Haiku: Namaste!

    Io Larkspur: Yup -- we will have a nice walk today the four of us.

    Io Larkspur: Bye for now!


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