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Happy Friday Community, 💙
It's a pleasure to come here and share a little with you all! 🤩
As I started 2022, I confess that I made monthly plans to have more fun times with my husband, as we tend to focus more on work. These plans are surrounded by visiting some new place nearby, going to show, visiting Sheep House, which is a place with a lot of nature and sheep that I love (it's in the plan for April, hahaha); or doing something different.
And in February, my partner suggested that we spend the weekend in a nearby town because he would attend a tattoo convention being the canvas. At first, I thought, my God, he's going to feel a lot of pain and because he wants to, hahaha! But the decision stood. The good thing is that the tattoo artist has been a family friend for a long time, and he's very cool and draws oriental art like no one else. So my hubby booked the hotel and the day arrived!
On a Friday morning, we left Porto Alegre/RS - Brasil by Uber, and 48km later, we arrived fine! Or not much, haha! Our Uber driver took the highway at 80km/h (limit) and then went on to ride at 120km, cutting all the cars ahead, crossing between lanes, and almost crashing at high speed. We asked him twice to respect the limit because we weren't hurrying. But I already felt nausea because I was so nervous, and my husband was more anxious because he remembered that he was going to get a tattoo and didn't know how long it would take and if he had made the best decision, hahaha!
In outline, the Convention was fun; I met very dear people there. It was two days of tattooing. The tattoo artist made art by hand to tattoo my husband's arm - of a Karasu Tengu, a bird with a human body. In Japan, the crow symbolizes gratitude family love, and the most common is a divine messenger that represents a good omen. The result: It was a unique and terrific tattoo!
My husband had two days and 17 hours of pain and a week later without moving his arm and taking extreme care to heal well. For me, it was quite a ride and an exciting and different weekend. Different people, food and place, I enjoyed it a lot.
So, February's couple plan: successfully achieved! Hahaha!
Please share with us, and let's have Friday-Fun together! 🥳
I hope you liked it! 😃
1. The first day was easy, only traces of the tattoo and smiles! ❤️
2. The end of the second day, much pain; look at the mask! 😁 🙃
3. Karasu Tengu got ready! 🤗 👏🏽
✅ May Putin leave Ukraine alone! 💛 💙