What Virtual World

I’m still working on the Homepagepays from Smart Media.  As I’ve been using it, the best way I describe it is that it is a safe fun gated community on the Internet.  It’s a place where:

  • you aren’t inundated by flashing ads.
  • Everything you need is in one place.
  • There are fun, safe and educational activities for children and adults alike.  Very soon, these games will earn you prizes and points with which to purchase cool stuff from their catalog.

But…That’s not why I’m writing this entry.  If you are interested in checking it out, click on this link.  Homepagepays.

Reason I haven’t been writing so much recently is that my friend recently started a new virtual world.  I went in to check it out and have been so much fun creating homes and furniture that I just lose track of time.  Building gives me a new appreciation for geometry and spatial relations.  I’m also problem solving and learning a bit of programming code so it’s a bit of an educational endeavor to build in a virtual world.  It’s also fun to explore and meet new people.

Have you ever been to a virtual world?  Second Life is probably the most well known.  This world is new, but still fun.  It is called, what.

Yes but what’s it called?
What is it called?
Are you hard of hearing or something?  What is the name of the virtual world?
  What!  What is the name of the virtual world and it can be reached by going to


If you go on, do a search and look me up.  My name there is Fiona Fontaine.

Another virtual world you may want to try is InWorldz.  If you are inexperienced with virtual worlds and want someone to guide you, there are usually mentors there to greet you upon arrival.

I jump between worlds so look me up in either world.


About metaminder

A few years ago, I graduated with a Masters degree in Spiritual Nurture from an accredited graduate school. However, I found myself disagreeing with much of the traditional Christian doctrine that I had learned. So I packed up my faith and put it away to examine another day. Recently, I've found myself reconnecting to spirit and discovering alternative practices that guide my life in a positive direction and help me function more fully. I'd like to share my journey of growth and renewal with you as I explore these practices in hopes that you may find them helpful as well. Let me add that I have tried and was even trained in traditional western psychotherapy. While it has it's benefits, it was not enough for me. I found that as a client, talking about the same issues week after week kept me stuck in those issues. When I was being trained, I longed to offer something more to a client than merely handing them the preverbial tissue every so often. I longed to offer touch or teach them coping skills. It hasn't been until the last couple of years where I have learned new techniques such as Reiki, hypnosis, EFT and others. These are techniques that have been of help to me. This is my journey with alternative methods of self-nurture and growth. Your mileage may vary. I invite you to take responsibility for your own well being as you read this blog.
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