Chrono Clothier: Ancient Roman Meretrix Pendant

Ancient Roman Meretrix Pendant

I designed this pendant as a gift for my friend Vita Blandus, patroness of the Villa Blanda in Ancient Rome. It is free for any Roman Meretrix under Vita’s care, but I have decided to open the sale of this item to the general population, as well.

Ancient Roman Meretrix Pendant

Based on a real artifact discovered amongst ancient Roman ruins, this copper pendant is lightly accented with delicate ruby gems.

In Roman times, the meretrix symbol was a highly recognizable indication that a woman’s affections were for sale. It is inadvisable to wear this trinket out in public unless this is the message you wish to convey!

 

You may find it in-world or on my on-line store.

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Chrono Clothiers: Victorian Vows

Hello from Real Life!

Some of you might notice that both Misses Palabra Puddlegum and Chrono Clothier have gone missing. Be not alarmed! As it happens, our shared typist has had the pleasure of appearing as a bridesmaid in not one, but TWO out-of-town weddings in the past three weeks. As a result, I am rather broke, so I am actually begging a little. PLEASE buy Chrono’s clothes so that Des can get his rent.

Begging aside, I actually have something new for you. In honor of the recent weddings of both my best friend and my little sister (*sniff*), I have created a lovely wedding gown for you. I call it Victorian Vows:

Victorian Vows is based on the partially mesh gown I designed in honor of Caledon’s 6th anniversary (only 3 of those left, by the by). This gown, however, features beautiful ivory lace and a sculpted top hat. As usual, I have released this gown at half-off the usual price, so buy it now for $299!

You may find it in-world or on my on-line store.

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Chrono Clothier: Divine Davina!

Perfect for a modest Roman matron, Divine Davina allows the class conscious woman to appear in public without looking like a slave or a lupa.

Divine Davina

 

Available on the marketplace or in-world.

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Chrono Clothiers: Add Some Metal to Your Steam!

Today, I bring you Metal & Steam, a shiny, metallic recolor of Chocolate and Steam. For the first week (starting Sunday 4/29/12 and ending Sunday 5/6/12), it will be available at 1/2 off.

Introductory price of $99L available this week only!

Introductory price of $99L available this week only!

Available in the following locations:

Also available on the marketplace!

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Chrono Clothiers: Ring in Spring with Spring Steam!

Today, I bring you Spring Steam, a bright teal recolor of Chocolate and Steam. For the first week (starting Monday 4/23/12 and ending Monday 4/30/12), it will be available at 1/2 off.

Introductory price of $99L available this week only!

Available in the following locations:

Also available on the marketplace!

 

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From the Typist: Caledon Glengarry Estate for Sale – Proceeds to Benefit RFL!

My Caledon RP has slowed to the point at which I can no longer justify maintaining so large an estate that I use so little. For that reason, I will entertain private offers for my Glengarry estate either in bulk or separately. Arrangements can be made to keep any structures or plants that you like. 90% of the proceeds will be donated to RFL. The other 10%, I will keep just to help me offset the original purchase cost. Send inquiries via notecard.

Here are the parcels:

Glengarry No. 5, currently occupied by a quaint schoolhouse


SLurl: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Caledon%20Glengarry/137/239/23
The rent is $475 Lindens per week for 234 prims.

 

 

Glengarry No. 3, currently occupied by a waterside orchard


SLurl: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Caledon%20Glengarry/98/178/23
The rent is $950L per week for 468 prims.

 

 

Glengarry No. 3 (must be a typo, but that’s what the meter says), currently occupied by my large manor house. This parcel offers access to the water as well as a stunning view of Steam Sky City!


SLurl: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Caledon%20Glengarry/77/149/23
The rent is $2,850L per week for 1404 prims.

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Tuesday, April 10th, 1870

Dear Diary:

I am not entirely certain about the relative length of demonic pregnancies versus typical gestational periods, but I begin to grow somewhat concerned. The little devil just doesn’t want to come out! He kicks. He has a heartbeat. I know he’s there. I suppose he’s happy in his little cocoon. Still, he can’t spend his entire life in the womb! Hmm… perhaps Matilda knows a summoning spell or an exorcism that might work. The feminine capacity for sustaining life notwithstanding, one can only grow so large before important bits begin to cramp and tear. I really must consult with Dr. Hyde again.

Speaking of Dr. Hyde, I should note that he and Rose have taken up residence next door following the Wytchwoods’ disappearance. They spend a great deal of their time gardening. They have also recently flitted off to Greece. Ah, young(ish) love! Now that Rose wears a ring on her finger, our dear friends seem blissfully happy. Rose is so happy that she frequently feels the need to leave neighborly gifts; for instance:

The bunny graveyard formerly known as my porch.

 

Clearly, some great evil is afoot. Perhaps I should have hung onto one of Rose’s gifts as a good luck charm.

I jest, but the fact is that the Wytchwoods have disappeared. Mr. MacBeth has disappeared. Bodies are washing up in Winterfell. And now my demon spawn refuses to budge! Perhaps everyone just fled the coming apocalypse. Is it too unreasonable to worry that my child is the anti-christ? I suppose one would have to be Christian to believe that. Whatever I am, it is not Christian; I’ve seen far too much evil and far too few flying cherubs to believe that any all powerful deity actually opposes said evil. Well, except for that angel…

Hmm. Back to the drawing board. Perhaps good does exist.

Whatever the truth is, I am not so far gone that I can’t believe in love or basic human decency. Matilda is my daily proof. One day, while I lamented my growing waistline, Matilda confessed his love. I balked at first; I always do. “But how will we live, Dearest?” I protested. He insisted that he would bear my odious profession and raise my child as his own. The words, I prefer to keep between us. Suffice it to say that my heart was moved. I have always felt tenderly toward my dear Matilda. Ever since Mr. P bound our minds with that trinket of his, Matilda and I have shared a destiny. I took him in. He saved me from prison. We live in complete felicity together. What could be more natural than to wed?

We have not yet set a date. I think I’d rather wait to announce our intentions until after the Doctor and Rose have their day. For now, Matilda traipses through the best shops in search of the perfect gown. I sit back, smiling indulgently, and merely observe his unfettered joy. Something terrible is coming, but for now, I think I shall enjoy the calm before the storm.

Yours Truly,

–Miss Palabra Puddlegum–

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