THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — after all the activities of the day RMarie Beedit was hungry! Fortunately there was a semi-annual “Food Court” event taking place. There were many great stands there, but Pewpew was so amazing I forgot to look at the others. RMarie was there for longer and I think she saw everything. Before leaving the sandbox from our earlier event, I’d had a chat with Ama Ree. Ama was frustrated that if her avi was too short peeps on various PG (moderate) sims would give her crap about inappropriate child stuff. She couldn’t innocently be the person she wanted to be because of other people’s projections. I got out my 8-year-old self and we decided to make next week’s “Twisted Love” event child and short avatar friendly.

Then we teleported over to The Food Court where RMarie had loaded up on some chicken strips and a strawberry smoothie from Pewpew. I called her “mommy”, but she still would’t give me any. I guess she needed to eat 80,000 calories after changing transmissions all day. 6:19 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — Robin Hood gave us free samples and answered a lot of questions. Since RMarie wasn’t feeding me, I asked Robin if she’d adopt me. She said that she would, but she couldn’t because she was just a college student working a few shifts to pay rent. That’s what she claims, but I’m pretty sure Robin is actually the mastermind behind the whole Pewpew megaprize. Even though she wouldn’t adopt me, Robin was really sweet and gave us free samples and patiently answered my million questions. That’s Ama Ree’s tummy cutting off the right part of the picture, BTW. 6:34 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — Tokyo Nova’s shift started and she came on to help Robin Hood bake, sell stuff, and give out samples. RMarie ate an avocado with some cream. She said it was fantastic. 6:38 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — Tokyo Nova brought out a giant tray of fresh donuts. Good thing I’m wearing my high metabolism avatar. 6:41 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — Robin Hood & Tokyo Nova serving a hungry crowd at the Pewpew stand at The Food Court. 6:51 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — Robin Hood with her amazing strawberry sweet pie. RMarie was excited by the quality of Pewpew’s foods, but also by the fact that Robin and Tokyo were there working the Pewpew stand. She said, “it really put the static-ness of SL shopping events into perspective.” I hadn’t really thought about that. Shopping can be a solitary experience at times. No one to tell you if you look good in a dress or not. The other stands had lots of things on offer, but no Robin and Tokyo to give you samples or tell you about their locally-sourced fruits. IRL an overbearing sales clerk can sometimes be tedious, but here the chance to actually interact with someone from the bakery was very rich. 6:52 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — I peeked at Robin Hood’s parts. Sowii! 6:55 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)
THE FOOD COURT, Sunlight Beach (101, 120, 26) — The quality of Pewpew’s foods and the friendly dynamism of Robin Hood and Tokyo Nova seemed to draw all the Food Court visitors to their stand. 6:59 pm SLT, Saturday, 6 June 2020. (Vanessa Blaylock/Medici University)

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