As I keep mentioning, my life has gotten a trifle busy lately. But I knew that no matter what, I would get over to Angel Square for the grand opening of the C2P! I’ve missed way too many parties lately. 😦 I missed Issa’s baby shower, I missed a ball in Victoriana, I missed the Ode butterfly hunt in Shengri La. I spend most of my time down by the ducks – scripting. Well, I do a little shopping also. 🙂 And did some exploring for work. But mostly – I’m living a fairly solitary SL existence. I’m getting bored. I need to break out and party!
Tuesday I did just that. Of course, I totally forgot that was C2P day. Good thing I logged in while the party was going full blast and caught a taxi to Angel Square. I didn’t have much time to stay but I managed to dance a bit, sent the tp taxi to Shenlei to come on over and party too. It was a good thing that I could reach her because I couldn’t find any of my party props. Obviously I “NEEDED” glow sticks and lights and things like that. 🙂 Shen of course has a folder-full to share. I chatted with friends there and took a bunch of pics. All of the pics are up on Flickr. There are some decent ones in the bunch which was pure good fortune. I was juggling a million emails and IMs (work and play) and RL was whining from the floor that it was dinner time for hungry pets.
The lighting is great, good music – Prad was DJ’ing when I was there. I will ignore all the voice-over vocals. 🙂 I was quite pleased to see that C2P does not seem to have the animal infestations I have reported at the Crown and Pearl. 🙂 And the dance floor was dry, too. 🙂 Glad to see the landlords are on top of things at the new place. I loved the “James Bond movie intro dancing girl effect”. 🙂
2 thoughts on “Grand Opening! C2P”
The dancefloor was dry? Next time you’re in there, you need to take a closer look at the place.. 😉
*grin* okay, I KNOW that the club is underwater – just forgot to mention that. BUT. there were NO fish, unlike some of my evenings in the CnP. and, (flatter, flatter) the lighting was SO wonderful (which it was) that I was distracted from the fact that I was underwater.