Saturday, April 9, 2011

Woudn't you like to see my.....

Peacock!


Hubby finally finished this tattoo on my thigh last week. After 6 sessions, 3 hours a piece, it is finally finished! Last weekend, i competed this tattoo at the Monterrey Tattoo Convention and placed 1st!!! (more on that convention soon!)

 Diet thing is still going. The last two weeks have been filled with company and an expo. Exercise was occasional, but the I stuck to the diet the best I could. No weight gain, no weight lost.

Round Two. :)




**actually I take that back. I did yesterday's weigh in... 132.8!!!! Still losing!!! :D

9 comments:

Leslie Limon said...

OMG! That is so freaking awesome! I love the colors.

I do have one complaint...After reading the title of this post, I will be singing that Katy Perry song all night long! LOL :)

Amanda said...

Whoo hoo I have seen your...
Peacock ! And it looks as good in person as it does in that pic. How cool you got 1st you didn't tell me that.

Laura said...

That is beautiful!!!

Now why can't my husband learn to do something useful like that??!!

Refried Dreamer said...

@Leslie: ha! I didn't even know there was a song... perfect timing... to release my own cock. ;)

@Amanda...yup! I forgot to tell you? sry. :) see you soon.

Alice said...

georgous tat!

el jubilado said...

Ouch ... and do you remember "peddle pushers"

Lisa n Javi said...

Wow cograts on placing first. And I agree with Leslie, the first thing I thought of was the katy perry song. It is a pretty funny song.

Tancho said...

Great colors, glad you didn't have to pay for it...well sort of. What would something like that normally cost from the live in artist? Does he charge by the time or sq inches?

Ashlie said...

Beautiful artwork!

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