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Fabulously Free in SL is Coming to a Close

Hello Fab Free. It is difficult for met to write this blog post, but I won’t delay. Fab Free will be closing at the end of October. This was an incredibly difficult decision, though I feel it is the best decision for Fabulously Free in SL. Being part of Fabulously Free in Second Life has been such an amazing adventure. There are times when it was the one thing I knew I could look forward to. Sadly, my time in Second Life and that of Fab Free is changing. My hope and intention is for the whole of Fab Free to end on a positive note.

I want to say that I cannot express my gratitude enough for the exceptional team of bloggers, and contributors, past and present, enough. Fab Free would not and could not be what it has become without their hard work and dedication. To all those who have contributed to Fab Free via the blog, as our loyal readers and patrons, as our fantastic Designers, as part of the in world group, or at Fab Free Headquarters, I sincerely thank you! You are all such an important part of Fab Free.

From now until the end of the month, it is my sincere hope that the blog, the in-world group, and Fabulously Free in SL Headquarters will operate as usual. I want the last few weeks of Fab Free history to be wonderful. For those who have contributed via donations to the Fab Free tip jar located at Fab Free Headquarters, please know that all recent contributions will be donated directly to the upkeep of The Wash sim. Also, any proceeds from recent gacha donations given to the Fab Free gacha yard sale will also be donated. Any unsold gachas will be returned. So that there is no misunderstanding, at the end of October, Fab Free in it’s entirety will close. This includes the blog, the in-world group, and the in-world headquarters. Though it is sad, hopefully the amazing community that has grown around Fab Free can come together in new and exciting ways.

Again, I thank you all from the bottom of my heart!

Sincerely,

Prudence Rexroth