Monday, April 7, 2008

Because I Know How the Rumour Mill Works....

My typist knew that when she went on her trip to the United Kingdom that she would have to contend with the malicious tongues of those who have nothing better to do than to meddle in the lives of others. She forgot (ever so briefly) that there was a good chance of gossip occuring in SL as well.

Today I received a telegram message from a friend who was concerned that he did not see my mailbox standing with Edward's at Davaar in the Cay. As it happens, Edward and I will be moving houses to the Highlands, which is an area in Caledon we both favour and have harboured hopes of living there for some time. We will miss our friends and neighbours in the Cay. but this was an opportunity too good to pass up.

Since I will not be in world for an interval of time, Edward and I thought it would be prudent for me to pack all my belongings ahead of time, in case the land transfer took effect when I was unavailable. That way, my lost and found folder would not become cluttered (something like the rest of my inventory) as Edward cleared away our things for Sir Tele, who is the next caretaker of the corner plot. This is why my mailbox is not in it's customary place as well as why the land is not in bloom like it was.

I look forward to my return and will miss my friends and neighbours. Once we are settled in the Highlands, I'm sure we will open our home to guests with a housewarming party. Until then, rest assured all is well between Edward and I. Bon Voyage!

1 comment:

Sir Tele said...

Have a wonderful trip, and my thanks again to Sir Edward for allowing me to "inherit" the land where Davaar stood.

I know your blog is read, because I got at least 3 IM's and emails congratulating me on my acquisition before I knew all was ready to make the change!

Thanks to all who congratulated me; I love the new spot, though it will take a little time to get settled there...I have planted a few linden type trees so the place does not look articifial.

Love to all, and especially to Sir E and the very sweet Lady P.