Birthday manicure and coffee.
Nandi's 27th birthday y'all! I met Nandi when she was 22. We were neighbors by chance. When we first met I said "we are going to have good times" and she said "and great oldies" I said "wow, I always say that". I knew we were going to be best friends.
We ate lunch at Trails in Griffith Park. The avocado sandwich is all kinds of messed up delicious.
So a couple of posts ago I mentioned how I wanted huge pieces of Indian Jewelry... well sometimes you ask for stuff and that shit is given!!!! Check out my wrist! I am one more step closer to being that old southwestern spiritual mystic lady that I dream of being. Thanks Nandi.
Then we went to Electric Tattoo to get SWEET BIRTHDAY TATS!!! On my last birthday, Nandi and I started a new tradition of getting b-day tats. I got a microscopic sailboat and she got an anchor.
This time Nandi was getting a deck of cards and I was going to get a miniature totem pole. Above is my Totem inspiration book
Craig at Electric Tattoo. Hilarious guy. If you go there, tell him you want a "sweet tat", he likes that.
Ice cream at scoops.
Craig ran out of time, so I couldn't get my tattoo. That's ok, I wanted it so small that he said it would look like a blob in 20 years. I kinda chickened out anyway.