Happy Monday, folks!
Not sure about where you are in the world, but here in Lancaster, PA, we were able to experience some glorious and beautiful sunshine yesterday!
Thank you, Mother Nature.
But I guess I should bite my tongue because later this week, I feel like I saw that the weather reports are showing those damn higher 40’s and lower 50’s.
I. WANT. THE. SUNSHINE.
Alright, let’s get down to business.
I won’t keep you long this week.
On Thursday, I inked my body.
Mr. Sunshine INKED his body.
It has been something that I’ve wanted to do since 2020, but with all of the life and world events of that year and 2021, it just kind of kept getting pushed back.
But Marissa finally got me to honker down and get it on the books…
…or in my case, the planner.
So, it happened.
HUGE thanks to Cory Fodor at Adorned Tattoos in Ephrata for taking my idea and making it a reality.
A beautiful establishment that was incredibly welcoming, especially for someone who has never gotten a tattoo before.
I mean…I definitely got nervous pee twice before lying down on the table.
The million dollar question…was it painful?!
I mean…I’m not going to say it was a walk in the park, but it wasn’t as painful as I thought it would be.
How would I describe it?
I mean…a hot prickly, ballpoint pen vibrating profusely on my skin.
I actually think having my back exposed for almost 1 hour was the worse because I’m always cold…and the air was definitely on.
But the zebra pillow I got to lay on was very nice…except for the feather that were making my nose itch–which I thought would make me sneeze–which would ruin everything Cory was trying to ink on me.
Will I get another one?
Possibly…maybe something Betty White related?
Thank you, Marissa for getting me to finally get the courage to make this happen.
And thank you, Cory for making it perfect.
So, in conclusion…
I did the thing. I have always worn the nickname of Mr. Sunshine proudly. And being has always–and will always be something I strive to embrace on the daily while encouraging others to do the same. The world is really shitty right now. I don’t see that changing anytime soon, but if I can continue to be kind and hope that others will follow in my footsteps to do the same, I’ll consider that a win to do the same, I’ll consider that a win for the world as we strive to keep love alive amongst humanity.
Sprinkle sunshine always,