You know how I talked about crossing things off your bucket list last post? Well, I crossed another thing off.
I got a new tattoo.
Yep, it’s an origami stegosaur with a splash of water colour.
I now have three tattoos and this is the most visible one. I love it but it is also so new that I still haven’t really come to grips with the reality of it. (It’s on my left forearm in case you were wondering).
I’ve always loved tattoos but have always been apprehensive of getting them in overly visible places. However, I have been through a lot this year and I decided that I wanted to control the next visible change to my body. I have so many scars from various surgeries that I’ve had no choice in receiving (and I don’t regret them at all, let me state that up front right now) so I wanted the chance to control the next “scar” that I got. I mean, my scar from my gallbladder removal is shockingly huge… Not that I really need to justify why I got this… just wanted to explain some of my thought process…
So, I got a dinosaur. Those who know me, irl, know about my obsession with dinosaurs. Heck, I wanted to be a palaeontologist all the way through primary school and then most of high school. Unfortunately, money played a huge part in my decision to go to uni in New Zealand. No regrets though.
So, another thing crossed off the bucket list.
Also, I start a Post Grad Course next month. It’s all to do with Digital and Collaborative Learning. It’s done through Unitec and The Mind Lab. It also counts toward 1/3 of a Master’s Degree.
Not to mention that next month is NaNoWriMo. National Novel Writing Month – where the aim is to write 50 000 words in the month of November. I’m managed to successfully achieve this for the past five years.
So, all in all, I’m setting myself up for a busy few months. I’m looking forward to the positive changes.
Oh – and I’m still going with the whole #31daysofhorror – and it’s getting a little tedious but I am still loving it.
Until next time…peace and pancakes.
Also, question: Do you have any tattoos?
What goals are you setting yourself for the last two months of the year?