Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Interesting places

  • Those in hospice care are usually not mobile -- there is no way for them to leave their room or bed and encounter the world. They don't have many opportunities to interact with the world. In Second Life, there is now a place for them to go -- The Healing Hands Hospice center.
  • Also, if you are a SL resident, you now have the opportunity to get a real live person to help you with your taxes at the H & R Block Party.
  • And my husband and I have been theatre-goers for a long time, including the Georgia Shakespeare Festival. Here is the SL Globe theatre, for those who wish to get their theatre fix.
  • There is a small group of us building a Methodist church. The picture is the church as it exists today. (You may note that there is no room for parking -- wait! No one here has cars!) We are continuing to build and discuss what Methodist involvement might mean in SL. We have, of course, started a blog.
  • If you are interested in knowing more, or if you have an avatar in SL, just drop me a comment or email. We are looking to add a couple of people to the projects on the West Coast, Australia and other areas around the world.

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