Finished Tattoo

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll remember this post where I talked about my tattoo and the meaning behind it. I also included pictures of the not quite finished product.  I was pretty bummed it was only half done and that I had to wait two whole months before the next appointment.  I can’t tell you how fast the last two months have flown by.  And September is almost over!

Anyway, tonight, I finally had it finished.  I have to say that I am absolutely and without a doubt in love with it!  I don’t have much else to say, but I wanted to share the picture so you can all see the finished product.  I’m not sure this picture quite does it justice, but it gets the point across.


Now, I’m off to relax because it hurts like hell and is making a mess. (After-care is a pain in the ass for those of you who don’t have a tattoo)

I will tell you to sit tight, though, because I have an almost finished story that I’ll be posting in the next few days.  It’s been a while since I posted one and I was missing the creative juices and the feel of a story pushing its words around inside my head.

I hope you all have a fabulous evening!

11 thoughts on “Finished Tattoo

    • Thank you for stopping by and for your lovely words. I love it more than I even thought I would, just ready to be past the first few days. 😀


  1. I’d think that after-care would be a pain in the something else- like the shoulder….

    Anyway, it’s lovely, and I wish you a speedy recovery, and a happy return to having stories push you around! =D


    • That’s probably the worst part. That’s my favorite side to sleep on! It’s been a rough few days. lol

      I can admit I’m done with the pain of tattoos for a while, but I’m sure I will get another one. There are just too many things that resonate, and this one is so freaking beautiful! 🙂


      • I listened to an interview with Tommy Lee once, where he was talking about his tattoos. The interviewer asked him why he had so many, to which he answered, “They’re like potato chips. You can’t have just one.” Haha!
        There’s a definite itch there. 🙂


      • I was telling a friend yesterday it was like childbirth in that you forget all the pain and go back for more. After three sessions for this tattoo, though, I need a little time to forget the pain. 😉


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