Erin and Ben, I think you should go to this:

St. Louis Old School Tattoo Expo 2006

City Museum hosts three days of ink, seminars, needles, and some of the world’s best tattoo artists. Come show off old tats or get a new one–only at CM.

I’m still on the fence about getting inked. I really like my idea, but I don’t think I’m ready to do it, and wonder if I ever will be. I want some version of the credential stamp received in Santiago de Compostela tattooed either on my inner wrist – perhaps where I current wear my bracelet with the Camino’s yellow arrow – or at the nape of my neck.

Are you inked? If so, what’s the meaning behind your design?


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  1. hey, this is pretty awesome! expensive, but intriguing.

    it would be more so if the S on my keyboard would quit sticking. I feel like I should get a thesaurus to find all the alternatives to the word with S’s that i want to use. Like David Sedaris’ lisp.

    blues (or bleus, if you’re French-Canadian) are playing tomorrow.


  2. Right shoulder. The Chinese symbol for “to dream” “dreams” “to have dreams” something like that. Reminding me to keep my head in the clouds.

    I would like to get: a small one of my grandfather’s wwii bomber group flight patch. And one of my own design, yet to be completed of course. And….well they can be addictive little pieces of art.


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