So for the past week all I've done is sitting on my bum and crocheting granny squares nonstop. As I mentioned before, I find crocheting to be a relaxing way to fill my day, but lately I've been getting a teeny bit bored with it. Now I know what you're thinking. Why don't you take a break? Yeah, well I could do that, but then I would completely drop the project all together. Which, mind you, is not a good idea. I distracted myself from my secret music related embroidery project with crocheting. I don't want to distract myself from this new project that I'm really excited about.
I've started it and now I need to finish it. Here's what I have now twenty five granny squares and I just need about seventy five more to get the size I want.
I must admit that Bryan is pretty jealous of this new afghan I'm making. He actually wants it for himself, but it's for me. I think I would be okay with sharing it with him, though once it's done I don't even know if I'm going to allow it to be used. He has his beautiful blanket that his grandmother crocheted for him that he received last winter. It's my go-to blanket whenever I visit him, but he can have it all himself when I finish mine. Fair enough?
Other than crocheting, I've been thinking about tattoos. Ever since I was middle school age I wanted tattoos. Of course over the years my ideas of what I want have changed, and thank goodness. I sort of had some dumb tattoo ideas. I don't know if I'll ever work up the courage to permanently alter my body, but I have a couple ideas that I think I really should get because they have meaning to me. Here are some photos of tattoos that I adore and inspire me that I would love to share with you.
1. Black birds, 2. flint tattoo close, 3. Gildas & Clermont, 4. Tattoo #2, 5. Untitled, 6. tattoo7. Untitled, 8. Untitled, 9. Untitled.
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