Everyday life on an employed science girl. I make creations out of silk flowers, feathers, polymer clay, modern bride, bridal, wed eclectic, hollywood glam,
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Everyone can get a great tattoo. I was tired of being the only one with a great tattoo on my arm,leg, shoulder, neck or back. I went to my neighborhood tattoo parlor, and there are plenty, so I just went with the one closest that seemed clean and friendly. I admit, I was intimidated by the tattoo guns at first, and I had a feeling they were just using cheap tattoo kits, but I stuck with the plan and found the most experienced artist and told him I wanted an intimidating animal of sorts tattooed across my back. Large and scary, fangs ideally, poised and ready for the kill.
I left it to him to come up with the design, I wanted to be surprised by the eventual picture that would forever change the make up of my back, and my standing on my social circle. I wish he hadn’t used a neighing giraffe as the intimidating animal, but to be honest, it’s probably better than a typical lion or hippopotamus. Or orangutan. I sent a picture of the tattoo to my friend who works at http://www.thelashop.com and he said he loved it and would try to make it appear on the homepage. I don’t think he ever did, and I don’t mind, I’m just happy to be able to hang with my crowd now and stand at least as an equal. I wish having a tattoo matter to me so much but it does.