May 22, 2007

Счастливый День Rez, Графиня

Happy 1st Rez Day to my first friend in Second Life, my colleague in the Royal Society, and the Countess of Inbhir Abigh in the Duchy of Loch Avie.

We celebrated Kate Nicholas last evening during a lovely sunset and the full moon that followed. She looked radiant in her new deep red Silent Sparrow gown, as she danced the night away with her friends and neighbors.

Notable special friends of hers in attendence were:

Her Grace, Gabrielle Riel, Duchess of Carntaigh
Shenlei Flasheart
Callipygian Christensen
Colonel Exrex Somme
Sir Adso Krogstad, ORR
Sir Red Caliber
Sir Edward Pearse
Sir ZenMondo Wormser
Lady Amber Palowakski

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Kate is a woman of many particular talents, not the least of which is building. She will resume work on my Manse in the very near future. I look forward to the results of our collaboration on this. She is also hard at work on a new projection device and screen. This will be detailed further in the blog in the very near future.

Her work with the Royal Society is well known, and the next edition of the Procedings should be published soon. For a sample of what the Society has been studying and working on, please refer to her ætheric site, at this location.

Happy Rez Day, Lady Kate!! I am thankful to have you as a member of my court, as my colleague, and as my friend.



Kate Nicholas, F.R.S. said...

Thank you, Eva!

I am greatly touched by your generosity and kindness, as well as that of all my friends and acquaintances in attendence.

Thank you especially for my humble County of Inbhir Abigh in the Loch, which I trust I am managing well. (And I appreciate your latitude in using the Slavic "Grafinya" in lieu of "Countess" on occasion, in deference to my distant relation to Saint Nicholas.)

And to all who payed respects via word, song, objects, or festivity: I thank you greatly, and feel unworthy, though honoured.

Here's to a great crowd of wonderful people behind all those pixels! I wish you all "many years"!

I remain,
yours sincerely,

Kate Nicholas, FRS
Countess Inbhir Abigh

Anonymous said...

A revel was, on Loch Avie
A merry crowd had come
To celebrate one of their own
And dance to pipe and drum...