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  • Alicia
    sorry Seth but....where are you based? in the Amazons? ;-) Glad all went through well. alicia Prof.Alicia Barbitta www.focus.edu.uy Skype:
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 31, 2009
      sorry Seth but....where are you based? in the Amazons? ;-)

      Glad all went through well.

      alicia
      Prof.Alicia Barbitta
      www.focus.edu.uy

      Skype: aliciabarbitta
      Second Life: Wonderalica Alturas
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Seth Dickens
      To: evonline2002_webheads@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2009 5:58 AM
      Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Re:Is Second Life done for...and First Life!


      He he :D

      It went very well thanks Michael. Gaia was a little angel and did us proud
      for her first meal out especially considering that:

      We shared our dinner table with a squawking parrot who would fly down from
      the rafters and perch on our host's shoulder and yell for tid-bits.
      Strangely enough Gaia (and to some extent we) seemed to quickly get used to
      the green flash, rush of air and sudden apparition.

      There was a little two-year old (Alice) also present who was so taken by our
      hosts' dog (called Ciaspole - Snowshoes) she insisted on chasing him around
      trying to feed him walnuts (Walnuts? To a dog?)The dog and the two year
      old's father both growled at Alice, but Gaia didn't seem to mind or notice.

      An over-friendly cat twice decided that my nice warm lap would be a comfy
      place to sit and survey the evening's goings on. Unfortunately the cat twice
      failed to scope out his landing spot, not realising that it was already
      occupied by my daughter and, yes, you guessed it, landed on top of her. The
      second time on he actually landed on her face!!!

      As you can imagine, my poor, long suffering Italian wife was just a little
      surprised at times, but all things told we had a really lovely night. Our
      (as you may have guessed) ever so slightly eccentric hosts were lovely. I
      was most impressed that the pasta we were eating had actually been ground
      and milled into flour then mixed into fresh pasta that very evening.

      So, thanks for the interest in our little one Michael. Looking back on this
      mail, I wonder if folk would think it was far-fetched if it were to appear
      in second let alone first life. I assure you it's all true though :)

      Best,

      Seth.

      --
      Seth Dickens

      Homepage:
      http://www.digitalang.com

      Thoughts and practical tips on ICT in language education:
      http://www.digitalang.com/blog

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