Saturday, May 19, 2012

100 Word Stories @ 8AM Saturday

Hey, it's Saturday, and you know what that means... I've keep my promise to write a 100 word story a day until the day I die, and I'm not dead yet, so I'll be reading the stories in the VIRTUAL HOTEL CHELSEA LOBBY over Voice today at 8AM SLT:

hotel chelsea 100ws (5)

Does doing this two weeks in a row make this a regular thing yet? Because doing a regular kinda thing early on the weekends so the European folks and people-who-have-lives-during-the-week crowd can suffer just like the people at my Wednesday sessions do.

Also, I'd like to see if this weekend session evolves into a kind of workshop for the weekly challenges on my podcast, folks will be able to read their own 100 word long pieces if they'd like to share.

Oh. Right. The podcast. If you can't make it, you can suffer through the archives of stories at:

Anyway, I'll be over in the lobby around 8AM today, and we'll see how this thing goes, okay? Thanks, -ls/cm

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


Friday Nights 6 p.m. SLT

Literary Nights are returning to the remarkable
virtual replica of the RL Hotel Chelsea in NYC;
rebuilt to near-perfect scale by owner Mykal Skall.

Writers of all walks: poetry, fiction, blog, essay and article alike,
along with artists in every genre, feel the pull of the place,
and from the legendary artists who have lived at the RL Chelsea—
and find inspiration wandering the virtual halls seeing the artwork
and names of famous residents and the rooms they lived in,
along with dancing and listening to music at El Quijote lounge,
impromptu visits with SL neighbors in the lobby or on the sidewalk
under the Chelsea awning, as well as running into ghosts of legends ‘passed’
is all inspiration to write, and gives good reason to come join in on Friday nights
beginning again on May 18th, just a couple of weeks past the SL Chelsea’s 3rd anniversary.

Bring work you want to share, write while you listen, or just hang out and listen. All welcome!

Come join in:

Starting at 6pm

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Hi there, everyone. I'm Crap Mariner, one of the folks doing stories and literary stuff here at Hotel Chelsea, working for Julie J on getting that side of the community going here.

Nice to meet you.

Hey, wanna talk about crazy things... well, I swore an oath to write a 100 word story every day until the day I die.

I'm not dead yet, so I'll be reading the stories in the VIRTUAL HOTEL CHELSEA LOBBY over Voice today at 8AM SLT:

hotel chelsea 100ws (5)

Hoping to make this a regular kinda thing early on the weekends so the European folks and people-who-have-lives-during-the-week crowd can suffer just like the people at my Wednesday sessions do.

Also, I'd like to see if this weekend session evolves into a kind of workshop for the weekly challenges on my podcast, folks will be able to read their own 100 word long pieces if they'd like to share.

Oh. Right. The podcast. If you can't make it, you can suffer through the archives of stories at:

Anyway, I'll be over in the lobby around 8AM today, and we'll see how this thing goes, okay? Thanks, -ls/cm

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Virtual Hotel Chelsea is Magic!

When I first found the Hotel Chelsea in March, little did I know that one week later I would learn that it would be closing. I had fallen in love with the hotel itself, this mythological, legendary place, and felt I had found the real NYC in Second Life finally! I had been looking since having arrived in SL back in November 2011.
I was very happy to learn that Hotel Chelsea received a reprieve, and have gotten to know many of the residents including the wonderful enola vaher, Hotel Chelsea's manager.
Now, as a resident and a friend of Hotel Chelsea and enola and Mykal, I am looking forward to posting on the blog and being a part of this amazing community!

New poster to our blog!

I would like to introduce Luna Branwen to you. She will be posting things to the blog now and again. WELCOME LUNA!
Please feel free to contact her in world!

Saturday, May 5, 2012

3rd Anniversary party a BLAST!

So we planned this intimate little get together of our Bohemian friends, and we filled the sim all night long! 135 people showed up in all during the course of our party. We began at 4pm with readings from Rosedrop Rust, Crap Mariner and Jullianna Julliesse. 100 words stories and poetry dedicated to the Hotel.
This was followed by Live Music beginning with our own Mykal Skall. Then Matthew Perreault, David Csiszer and Dann Numbers took the stage.
All in all it was an amazing 3rd anniversary. There are so many people to thank I wont even begin to list them, Im sure to leave someone out! But I do want to thank all of the Bohemians for their amazing support, for coming out to help us celebrate and for all donations.
For more photos of the event check out our blog at:

Thursday, May 3, 2012


Well, our anniversary is actually today, May 3rd. But the big party is tomorrow May 4th. Starting at 5pm slt we have Mykal Skall himself playing live! Followed by Matthew Perreault at 6pm, David Csiszer at 7pm and Dann Numbers at 8pm.
In between the music Rosdrop Rust and Crap Mariner will be reading poems and stuff. All people will be partying hard to celebrate not only our 3rd anniversary but also our rebirth. After all we survived! So be sure to join us for this celebration, come early you never know what may be happening. But be here at 5pm for sure. THANK YOU BOHEMIANS!

Sunday, April 22, 2012


I know, it's been too long since I put anything on the blog. But we have been so very busy building and getting things ship shape.
The hotel itself is finished, now we are tweaking things to get them just right. I have been consulting with Arthur Nash and Sherill Tippins on who lived in what room and where said rooms are in the Hotel. This is very complicated, especially for me when I have never actually been there.
But it is coming along nicely. The first couple of floors are open and ready to rent. A hand full of residents have already moved back in. Stephen Sixpence and Wuffle both said it was so nice to be home again. I guess they were tired of squatting on the streets of SL.
We have been having events all through the month of April. Music every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, even if it's only been one show a night.
Crap Mariner came by and shared his 100 word stories with us last week. That was a wonderful experience and we are hoping he will do it again in the future.
Jullianna Julliesse has moved her poetry cafe into the Patti Smith room, and will be having regular events there soon. So that is also exciting.
Our anniversary party is May 4th beginning at 5pm when Mykal Skall will be playing. Followed by Matthew Perreault, David Csiszer and Dann Numbers. In between the music we will have some poets read such as RoseDrop Rust (Rusty) who has read every year since our opening party. It will be a great night and we hope that lots of people come to help us celebrate our 3rd anniversary.
Do stop by the hotel soon and check out all of the amazing work that Mykal, Plato, and yes even myself have been doing. The place is truly a work of art.
For pictures you can check out our Flikr page. And also we have been posting pics on the FaceBook page which you can find here:

Stay tuned for many really fun and interesting events that will be coming up through out the summer. Music, poetry, literary events and who knows what else. Check the calender of events here on the blog. Or you can always contact me, enola Vaher, in world to get info.

One more time I'd like to thank all of the Bohemians for their generosity and participation in what we are doing here. I'd also like to thank the RL Residents of the Hotel Chelsea for their wonderful support. After all if not for them we would have no reason to exist.

See you soon Bohemians.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012


This was the begining of the note card Mykal Skall sent out on March 11th, 2012. "Three years ago this may we departed on this adventure with you our Bohemian friends and supporters." It was an adventure to be sure. After a while tho tips went down, Bohemian participation went down, and we had to lower rents and pay musicians less. While still trying to cover costs, like tier and LL fees. Then LL decided that we actually owed more tier than we had thought. This sky rocketed us into a higher tier bracket that had to come out of Mykals pocket. This burden just became too much.
"It is with heavy heart that I contact you today, to let you know that the Virtual Hotel Chelsea is shutting it's doors."
This statement caused ripples of fear and trauma in both SL and even at the real life Hotel Chelsea. I made mykal promise not to close the venue until I could have a "last show". I also made him promise to come that night. Much to our delight and surprise, just an hour before the "last show" Artie Nash of the Real Life Hotel Chelsea offered to pay our tier for one month so that Mykal could get things in order and save the Hotel. This was our reprieve. So mykal agreed to rebuild the hotel according to the original blue prints and lose some land to lower tier. So while the Hotel Chelsea almost died, with great thanks from Artie Nash and so many of the Bohemians we have been saved.
"I know you all came here for the wake of the Virtual Hotel Chelsea, and I hate to disappoint you, but "The Corpse Just Blinked"." Mykal said that saturday night.
However, in order to continue to survive we will depend on contributions from several sources.
You can get more information regarding donations at Ed Hamiltons website: The Hotel Chelsea blog.
As for our future plans for the Hotel, Myk is building in a frenzy now to get it finished as quickly as possible and as accuratly and even more wonderful than it was before. The residents who were ousted will be encouraged to come back at the same rates as before, with two weeks free rent as added incentive. Shows will begin again in April, and we will have our Anniversary party in the beginning of May. You can expect the return of Lit night along with Poetry events. Thanks to R. Crap Mariner and Julliana Julliesse.
I would like to personally thank all of my wonderful musicians for their undying support of our venue.
The following are some testimonials written by Bohemains when they thought we were closing. Thank you Bohemians for all of your comments and your support. We hope to make this your home again, and hope that you will stay with us forever. This is a story with a happy ending. THANK YOU ALL!

Bohemian Testimonials:
I was born and raised in New York...but I have not lived there for over 40 years. The Hotel Chelsea has given me a Second Life connection to my past life. I have always been a big fan and a friend of Mykal Skall and of course Enola is an angel. Donna and Perkey are also perfect hostesses and make everyone feel at home.
Besides all of that...the music has been great and the art scene here is totally awesome and inspiring. It will be a sad day when the Hotel vanishes and there will be another hole in my life.

Van Caerndow

The Hotel Chelsea was for me, one of the finest and friendliest places in all of SL. Not only was the build modeled after the RL Hotel Chelsea in New York City, it also promoted the bohemian lifestyle, catering to artists from all walks of life. And the history behind the Chelsea is truely amazing.
In addition to the hotel, the El Quixote Lounge featured many of Second Life's best performers Such as Jed Luckless, Obeloinkment Wrigglesworth, Matthew Perrault, Boney Mosely and many others rocking the house several nights of the week.
Then there were the many galleries; Gallery 23, where I was invited to exhibit some of my art pieces on several occasions along with many new artists to Second Life, the MOMA, where I frequently browsed the many paintings, some of which were done by famous artists such as Picasso and Braque. It was aslo the place where I chose to open a gallery of my own.
The loss of the Hotel Chelsea and what it stood for is a sad day for the Bohemians and all of Second Life.

Pepper Chaffe

The virtual Chelsea is where I got my start exhibiting creative work in Second Life in November of 2009. I remember meeting the owner of Vivid Black gallery on my first visit and through her I learned about Enola, Manager of the hotel, and to speak to her about renting a gallery too. Through the nurturing support of fellow bohemians and the patient guidance of Enola Vaher and Mykal Skall I watched the sim blossom into a wonderful community of people I was proud to be around. I remember enjoying exhibits at Gallery 23, visiting other galleries that came and went over the years, and live music acts that blew me away with their power.

I had a chance to contribute a bit too behind the scenes with customizing a facelift to the blog, adding a bit of my voice to its message, and various small tasks in an effort to say thank you to the folks that helped me see SL as more than just a playground. I will miss this wonderful center of creativity in SL, and the Chelsea will always be remembered fondly.

~Gwen Difference
The Hotel Chelsea means art, freedom, friendship, love, expression, bohemian. All words that can describe what the Chelsea means to me. Here we could be true to ourselves, no pretense. And know that we would be accepted as we are, no matter what part of the world we come from or what our beliefs are. A love of art and beauty were the common thread that stitched us all into a beautiful quilt. In this place I have made some lifelong friends and in this way the Chelsea will always be a part of me. So I only say farewell to the prims and the sim but not to the Chelsea. Within me it will always remain.

Pattye Caproni
Why we have to learn English ?

Being on Hotel Chelsea, in literary nights I was really happy to listen to others reading in voice theyr books or just reading something.

I am happy anytime when I remember those nights.

Same time I remember my first Second Life birthday party. Was amazing to see and to listen live player.

Now for me is to early to go there, my RL time is between 4 and 6 am. My last year I was busy to rest for my RL work.

I hope to find you again online, to feel and to listen to you again , all.

Same time I look for an online job or activity. Then I'll be able to be with you more times.

I am sure that Hotel Chelsea will be alive in our souls forever and we'll be able to reborn it somehow. I'll be happy to start again literary nights there :).

Hope to listen to you all again, playing or reading.

You can see my impression there when I was there often.

I wish for you all to compose more songs, stories and to tell us about them online in a Hotel Chelsea place :).

Finaly , why we have to know English ? Because we can read more stories, we can read more books and we can make our souls to grow up in the lights. And music and literature will be the main food for your hearts and mind, for your souls.

Be happy !
I remember when Jyl and I first rented a room at the Hotel Chelsea. I was jazzed about decorating it in a manner that would dovetail with the eccentricity of the great hotel. I knew people nosed around all the time. There would be no privacy, so I may as well give the rubberneckers a showpiece.

I asked Jyl if she had any requests. She asked only for a sofa that resembled a pair of lips. I purchased it, and rezzed it. It was late for her, and she happily went to bed, anticipating the new room. I stayed up all night decorating. I think the room was set in 1974, thereabouts. A Peter Max painting hung on the wall, a lava lamp sat on a crate, a couple of faux native masks were displayed, a large mother-in-law's tongue plant sat spikily, the corner boasted a working Coca-Cola machine, and on the floor rested music albums. I believe they were Jimi Hendrix "Electric Ladyland", Beatles' "Yellow Submarine", and I think CSN--the one with the couch.

In the corner was the coveted lips sofa. The sofa was inspired by a Salvador Dali painting that he later made into a room which celebrated the face of Mae West. I approximated it as much as I could with my building skills at the time. I was excited to share this '70s style room with Jyl when she logged in later that evening.
I forgot Jyl was younger than I and she had absolutely no frame of reference for the genius I had unleashed upon her. She was less than thrilled with my groovy style choices, but we hung out there for a short while until RL finances made it necessary to move.

But I absolutely want to thank Mykal, and of course, Enola, for making it possible for Jyl and I to have taken part in the bohemian lifestyle for even just a little while. The Hotel Chelsea in Second Life will truly be missed.

Numinus and Jyl Quandry

Around 2008, I just started my sabbatical in So Cal. Logged in to SL for learning scripting and 3d to enhance my RL creative work. I wasn’t expecting much more. At the time I really missed New York City and needed to fill that void. The day I entered the Virtual Hotel Chelsea I immediately felt in love with it. Enola and Mykal was such a great host and made me felt welcome. The music, the art and the vibe felt as a real life artist community. Just like the one’s back in home. I even stayed at Stanley Kubrick’s (studied his work during college) room for a while before heading back to New York to restart.

Virtual Hotel Chelsea was the most comfortable sim I ever been.

Cozy like the old dives that I once dwell and the one’s I visit that are still around. Even more cozy then my 1024 virtual meter to the square root to the 2.

I literally thought I was in New York when I enter the sim.

Ed Zee - March 17, 2012
When Hotel Chelsea recently closed its doors for commercial reasons in the real world, I felt like I got hit in my stomach.
Now the situation repeats again in second life.
It seems that we need necessarily the third life, another place where the values will be spared,
where intentions remain pure and genius loci will be saved.
For both hotels - I wish quick comeback.

Lennci Novelli, former resident and Bohemian
Hotel Chelsea was my island of stability and sanity from all the terrorism on Philosophy Island. When my mind was spinning too fast with left brain activity I visited the Hotel to calm my right brain with live music. When the otherwise decent ladies were fighting over my avatar's body I hid out on the dance floor with ladies who just wanted to shake their own bodies. Hmmm, that's a lie; when we got tired of talking philosophy I brought them to the Hotel to let them enjoy the dance animations that were so intimate that they would excite the passions of the real women behind their avatar. OMG, there I go thinking about myself again, about my materialistic left-brain self who reguards women as objects to be manipulted by a few rational tricks. In this note I should be celebrating enola's grace in managing the Hotel and the comfort she gave to all us visitors....and the selection of live music performers. OMG, a naked lady just came and sat down in the gizabo next to me; I better take care of her now and get back to you later.... haha.

Farv Hallison
Two people befriended me in SL in the sense that they were willing to talk to me about serious issues like personal identity in SL and RL. They were enola and the naked lady on Philosophy Island. I let them think I was a nice girl but it is time to set the record straight.: I came into SL to overcome my shyness about sex.

I tried to become an escort when I first arrived but the establishment didn't want me because I didn't have enough skill flirting or role playing. I was in competition with 18 year olds who just graduated from TeenSL, who had much more skill with sex animations. I thought the Teen version was to protect tender young children from gross adult sex but it is the other way around! They let me learn first hand how inexperienced I was but letting me join in on an after hours orgy having five girls sucking on the body parts of one guy. There were already five girls in direct contact with him so the closest I could get was to suck on one of the girls. I guess that makes me technically bi, but I am not shy any more.

Then I had a fling with some young Italian man at a nude beach. He was extreamly needy and wanted to have pixel sex because the girls of his aquaintence in RL didn't want to have sex with him. I found that increadible and tried to persuade him to spend more time meeting girls at church. He couldn't explain to me why he was so backward about girls, so searched through some philosophy sites to ask them what is wrong with Italian men. The naked lady had an immediate answer that all Italian men are momma boys. That was a clear and satifying answer. I spent a lot of time on Philosophy Island after that until the social life exploded with accusations of gender crossing with alternative avatars and ballot stuffing with multiple avatars. Everyone confessed to having multiple and I becaume confused about my own identity because I was judging my own identity by comparing myself with the people around me. I was on the verge of leaving SL in confusion but the naked lady encoraged me to stay and accept avatars for whatever they presented themselves to be and the sex of the real person behind the avatar didn't matter as long if you weren't going to sleep with them.

I left Philosophy Island for a long time after that and found and hung out at the Hotel. The manager enola reassured me that there were a lot of nice people at the hotel and if I wanted to try to be a hooker again I could hang out on the lamp post in front of the Hotel.

Irene Ronwood
I lived a while in Arthur C. Clarke room in Hotel Chelsea Manhattan NYC it was very inspiring especially my meeting with passionate Enola Vaher, it so sad to say goodbye to a unique place in Second Life.

I hope one day to see the Hotel Chelsea in real life-


Betty Tureaud

a artist from Denmark

The Chelsea Hotel to me is a magnificent replica of a period of time that was beauty, relevance and truth, Every detail is absolutely perfect in the construction, the architecture of this real life hotel has been kept alive by Michael Skall
I first came to look , then to rent and then to always want to be a part of the amazing
music and art venue that it is, but beyond that it is always Enola and her warm welcoming caring ways that draw me there. In her busy day here she takes time for every newbie, or old timer , Enola makes everyone special that comes to the Chelsea, It is just her way. She has been known to give a tour of the rooms and will tell you about who stayed there.
She books nobody but the best here, and stands true to the( Must be an original artist) to play here. She goes through great pains to see that the requirements are never compromised. I love the Venue, the talent, the friends I visit here. I also love the way that Michael has immortalized and tied to save the real life Chelsea .
Michael is an awesome talent in so many ways Poet, Singer, Artist (and a really great guy) .
I cannot Imagine sl without the Chelsea Hotel, sad thought to me.
Nothing can ever replace this magnificent place, where everyone can come to listen to awesome music, poetry, rent a room, look at amazing go shopping or just hang out for a while.
Enola is kind to every person who stops by for any reason and always goes out of her way to make everyone comfortable. It is like we are visiting Enolas' home. Enola is the Soul of the Chelsea Hotel. And bless your soul Enola I hope you keep your home!!
Love, Phobe and Zingo Hax

The Hotel Chelsea has always been one of my favorite venues to perform at in Second Life. Something about the Chelsea always seemed to bring out crowds that were friendly to original music, which worked well for me as a singer-songwriter. When I started playing there, I was intrigued by the rooms dedicated to Bob Dylan and Sid Vicious and Nancy, which led me to read up more on the history of the real life Hotel Chelsea. This led me to make a special trip to the real life Hotel Chelsea when I was in New York City….it was almost surreal how much I was reminded of the SL version.

Eric Steffensen

The Chelsea was the first place I really found in SL, by chance I stumbled upon someone who recommended the immense amount of hospitality and as a noob I jumped for it. Little did I know I would meet Enola- who's patience and friendliness helped me decide to stay in SL, and to branch out. I don't know what I would have done without her guidance, and the Hotel to call my home. I was a true Bohemian- setting my home to the lobby and returning there upon every login. It was exciting because I knew I was going to meet such interesting and welcoming people every time I logged on there. Eventually I found a job, learned tricks of the trade, and even became a renter at the Hotel. I feel like I've been a part of the family for ages. Perkey, Enola, Donna, and Mykal worked so hard for Chelsea, and I was beyond sad to see that things were falling apart. I hope that somehow we are able to save the Hotel. I want to continue the tradition of a welcoming, colorful, musical environment where everyone is welcome and encouraged to have fun and be themselves. Hotel Chelsea is a living breathing landmark that I will fight for, and I hope that others will get to experience the soul and heart of it as I have.
-Fiona Alidiana

The Hotel Chelsea is the highlight of my sightseeing destinations on SL. I live near NYC in real life and often pass the actual one on 23rd St. I have gone inside and thought, I much prefer the decor and the atmosphere of the one right here on SL.
I have spent many happy moments up on the roof terrace , looking out from my balcony in my room and dancing in the lobby of this priceless HOTEL CHELSEA. I hope it never goes away.
I was asked for one paragraph on what Hotel Chelsea in Second Life means to me. How can I sum up the experience in one paragraph? Chelsea has been my second home for the last 3 years in SL. It's where I spend time listening to some of the best music on the grid. Where I know I'll find enola, a kindred soul, if not a sister of my soul. It's where I gained confidence in my writing, where I learned to express myself, my way, and fell acceptance and love no matter what I choose to dress as. Hotel Chelsea in one paragraph? It's home, it's nirvana, it's inspiration and it will be truly missed.


As manager of the Hotel Chelsea it was my pleasure to help everyone who came through the door. It was not only my job, but my home, the place i hung out with friends, the place where i lived and breathed in SL. I made so many wonderful friends there, people who came by to see the build and stayed. It became their home too. Hotel Chelsea was a unique and marvelous place in second life. Where people felt at home and had good times. I will miss not only working there but also just being a part of the whole experience. I will carry it in my heart forever.

enola Vaher

Monday, January 9, 2012

Umm... Hello again!

I know! Went quiet on the blog after the Holiday one (blog that is), but it's been super busy LOL Shows, travel and so on :)

But never fear! Your intrepid blogger (that would be me) is back! Well, I've been around, just not writing the blog!

In Hotel news: Gallery 23 has a new set of artists showing right now. This show opened January 8th and will stay up till the end of February. We had 27 Bohemians attend the opening and ogle the artwork of Sitar Ishelwood, Pepper Chaffe, Araminta Kroitschov, Walt Ireton, Philippeg Galli, Russell Applemoor, and the Chelsea's own enola em Vaher. Artist Sitar Ishelwood provided DJ services for the evening.

There's some fantastic artwork showing so make sure to stop by Gallery 23 and take a look :)

You missed some great end of 2011 shows. On the 28th we had Matthew Perreault and Gavin Zane on stage and a fine show it was.

Matthew Perreault hanging at the bar after his gig. Gavin Zane keeps the festivities going  with his own brand of music.
 The end of 2011 brought some interesting things to the Chelsea sim.

We were visited by Llamas.. Yes... I typed Llamas...

Kit Calico stopped by to visit with the Llamas in question. Apparently, it may be the beginning of a new taxi and service. Some investigation is warranted.

There's been little snowfall on the Chelsea Manhattan sim this year. none that stuck around. Kit's visit put a nice cap of whimsy on the end of 2011. Personally, I want to know more about the bear o.o

Also on New Years Eve, that night, if you missed it, for the first time ever, your intrepid blogger (that would be me again) DJ'd the "Goodbye 2011" party in the Chelsea Venue. 

Perkey Felwitch DJ'd the "Good bye 2011" party and did well, perhaps due to the rum :)
All reports say that it was a good party that lasted well past the time we thought it would :) Good music was played (all of enola's requests, even when they were the wrong ones) and much fun was had. 

We bid 2011 a not so fond farewell and look forward into the new year!

With that said, our first show of 2012 was on January 3rd with Geos Copperfield. Always a good show, our photographer (again, that would be me) was distracted during most of the show and didn't get a picture (shame on me, can't say it won't happen again).

On the 5th, we were entertained by Gavin Zane and Zen Revnik :) enola does a fantastic job of matching performers for the 2 hour sets and this was a fantastic show!

Kaklick Martin

Whirli Placebo
That's right! We had shows on the 7th too! (points up) That's the who it was, but you had to be there to hear how fantastic it was!

*Whew* OK, that's it for now... I think... Maybe... So much going on this month!

If you don't know what tomorrow night is, well, let's just say your intrepid blogger is one happy avatar and may just do a fan girl squeal during the shows tomorrow (Tuesday, January 10th). 

Just maybe ;)

Hugs and be excellent to yourselves,
Perks ;)