Saturday, October 8, 2011

It's not a mid-life crisis...



...it's just that I finally feel confident enough to do whatever the hell I like! Each star represents each of my beautiful children and I may add colour later but for now, I'm quite happy with its subtlety.  What's even cooler is that my 62 year old mum got one too - a question mark on her left thumb.  I don't think the tattoo artist knew what hit him when we walked in.  He was pretty unfazed though -he had an 80 year old getting his first one not so long ago.  Nowadays, it's just like getting your ears pierced and I'm already planning my next one - I'm taking SH No. 1 with me to get initials on our ring fingers for our 20th wedding anniversary.

Now I'm off to celebrate another year of life at a chocolate high tea with 10 of my favourite women.  Carpe diem.

3 comments:

  1. ohmygodohmygodohmygod!!!!! They are sooooo addicting....watch out!!! I just got mine on my arm "finished" today (Ya shoulda told me you were going. We could have gone together)! Honey, I need a bajillion dollars so I can go to the Land Down Under to get my tattoo finished! He totally wouldn't have even been surprised because I am a pain in his ass and he has given up on trying to figure me out! I put "finished" in quotes because although it is finally at the point where I don't feel I need to add more to it, I know I will. It is a quarter sleeve right now. =) I love your stars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congrats and I know you will be adding more to the collection!!!

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  2. Nicki, when you come down under, we'll get another one together!! Jan, it hurt a little bit but when you've had a cesarean, two natural births, a thyroidectomy and a melanoma removed - it's nothing!!

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