Sunday, June 8, 2008

New Tattoo!

Well, I finally took the plunge and got a tat on my lower back. I had been thinking about it alot a few years ago, but put it on hold when I learned from my daughter that they were called "tramp stamps". Put a damper on my enthusiasm. Well, with all the changes that have taken place in the last 3 months, I got the urge again to get another tattoo and felt that if I got one that you couldn't see with clothes on, that it wouldn't really be a TS, so here she is:



The dragon is my protector power animal and the spiral is the source of creative energy and spirit connection. I went to Maggie May's in Tucson and had Steve, their main artist help me with the design. I decided after seeing this picture, that he really has a special passion for his work!



Notice I am attempting to Knit! Hahaha! I got a few stitches in and realized that my tension would be waaay too tight if I continued. LOL So my friend AarYn helped to distract me while Steve was working on me.


Well, on Tuesday I am off to Seattle, then Bellingham, to attend my daughter Sharayah's graduation from Western Washington. She is being honored as the top student in the psychology department as well as graduating Magna Cum Laude! I will have lots of pics for the blog when I get back. I am also going to meet Hoptoad (Ravelry name) for some geocaching while up with my brother. Really looking forward to it! Sorry that I haven't done more blogging in the last few weeks. Life has been hectic, but happy. Sales are still going well and my financial future looks brighter by next month! Hugs to all, Kc

4 comments:

annie said...

you were trying to knit while getting a tat??? omg, i'm laughing my butt off! congrats on the tattoo!!! and.. everything else.

Anonymous said...

Well, I have to say..I like your new tattoo. How funny... you are gaining more art work and I am removing mine.

Anonymous said...

What a kind an gentle soul that appears to be you new girl friend. The smile says it all.

Cycling Knitter said...

lovely tattoo, i wouldnt have even considered knitting when i was being tattoo'ed..i have 7 already!!

Angie[ over 40's ravelry group]