Tornado6

Hi from St. Louis

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I've been lurking for aftercare for a while. I am thirty #>^*£! (37 :) ) and I've just healed my first tattoo.

This is my botanical print wood sorrel, still a little weepy from the first time it was washed.

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Simple but lovely. When's the next one?

Well... U2 tickets go on sale today for next summer. He and I both want U2 related tattoos (he wants an engineering diagram of an atomic bomb, and I'm playing with refraction/reflection in drops of water). I hadn't intended to make this my next, but the opportunity to take a road trip and get it done in Chicago after the concert, on my birthday, is just too much to pass up.

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I have tickets for both Sunday and Monday concerts, have a hotel room booked, and train tickets home on the 30th have been purchased.

I don't think I can cram a tattoo into this trip? I've been looking at Deluxe Tattoo (Ryan Flaherty specifically), but I 1) don't want a time constrained tattoo from an artist I've been following on the internet, and 2) don't want to go to two concerts / ride public transportation / walk all over the Loop with a fresh tattoo.

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