Happy Hump Day!
Today I have a staff meeting at work. Each month we take turn making yummy treats to enjoy during the hum blum of work discussion. This month a friend and I took on the task together and went with an Easter theme. I'm the strong one that made the snack but won't be eating it, unless I get it to fit my macros. But
I think I can do without, I mean my cheat meals Friday. I'll be fine till then, I'd rather have a meal than a single sweet and throw off my day. I even made my part at work so I didn't have to have the temptation at home- high five for me! My friend made rice crispy easter baskets and I made chocolate covered strawberries that resemble carrots.
The baskets were still warm so the handles weren't wanting to stay up. I also had leftover chocolate, and I HATE to waste anything, so I had this bright idea to use a baggie and "pipe" carrots out of the orange chocolate- worst idea ever. My "carrots" looked like uh.... a male organ.. I'm just going to leave it at that... so they got turned into eggs.
As the title suggests, I'm with a mass of the population that is tattooed. But I'm a stickler with tattoos. I believe they should have a purpose/meaning to you and should be placed responsibly. You shouldn't get a flowery tribal butterfly tramp stamp to get back at your mom- yes I have a friend who did that. My mom always told me that she didn't care if I was tattooed but to think about the placement and careers. If you look at my paleness, you'd think any black ink would stick out like hillbilly at Carnegie Hall- but they don't. I actually have four tattoos and plan on getting my fifth here soon. I have one behind my ear, one on my wrist, one on my ribs and one on my foot.
An ambigram that reads "believe" and "dream" I got this when I started hair school as a reminder to believe in myself and follow my dreams. ( I can see it in the mirror when I do hair)
My life motto right here- "Make Jokes, No Stress Live Love Life, Proceed ~ Progress" It's actually a Lil Wayne quote, (no shame!) but is a good reminder of how to live. (worst pain)
My hub and I had a relationship full of ups and downs and I got this with his initials beside because you have to have faith to fly sometimes.
As an Irish gal, my sister and I got matching Celtic symbols of sisterhood tattoos. (least painful)
All of these I can hide for occasions when I don't want them seen, but I can also show off most of them if I want. The worst part of having a tattoo is that people judge you.
I was actually asked once if I was in a cult because of the celtic knot. Really people?? And then I get the ones that go " oh you have a Lil Wayne quote- you're trashy" They assume it says something stupid about drugs or rapping. Nope. But I do love tattoos. My doctor actually laughs at me anytime I get a shot or blood work because I will tear up just thinking about the needle. She laughs and asks how I can get tattoos if I hate needles, well because at least when I walk out, it's with something I wanted!
Do you have tattoos? Want a tattoo?
Have a fabulous day!!