Saturday, 6 January 2007

Nothing beats Friends

*Edit as I have added some images to a web gallery I moved the image from here*

I am at a blank......





I have started this post three times now Grrrr.....





What have I done today?





Well I had a meeting with a possible contact for the Business which could turn into quite a prosperous lead. She was attractive as well which always helps ;) thats not me being sexist I am complementing an intelligent well turned out sales woman......





Talking of which I haven't really tried to contact "you" for a day or two probably because of the Mental blip I might formulate an email...... Hmmm





I have quite an extensive tattoo which is currently a work in progress and over this past couple of weeks or so I have noticed that more and more people have commented in a positive way to my body art now I am not saying this is a complete shift in paradigms to the idea of body art but it is nice not to be reviled as some sort of outcast especially in the industry I work in that normally requires you to be suited and booted a good percentage of the time and after reading this article


on which there are actualy some quite short comments ;(

Is body art becoming more accepted or am I just moving in more circles that are involved with it and therefore seeing more of a cross cut of that side of life ?

I need to read ;) but what oh what ?

Saying that I am reading an interesting array of blogs of late ;)

6 comments:

Em said...

Michele sent me.

I do think body art has a much broader acceptance than just a few years back, even. Not only is it more accepted, I think it has become a much grander art form...with some seriously talented folks doing tattoos, creating designs, etc.

sophie said...

Here from Michele's.

I wonder if the shows like Miami Ink have helped non-tattooed folks see more of the complete person.

Becky68 said...

Thank you for commenting on my Blog!
I think it's becoming more common & people are much more accepting of tattos & even piercings. I have 3 tats none of which are visible in street clothing & don't have any problem with other people's tattos.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

I've always been tempted to have a tattoo.

Michele sent me here.

Thumper said...

I think body art is definitely becoming more accepted. 20 years ago I mentioned wanting a tattoo and my parents and in-laws freaked. I mentioned it again last year, and the tone was "wow! I can't wait to see it!"

Heh, neither can I. I've had the design sketched for 10 years but still have done taken the plunge...

Here via Michele's :)

Sarangeti said...

Thanks for visiting me via Michele!

Yeah, body art is becoming more acceptable. I'd like a little dragonfly inked onto me...