#tbt Everybody’s Doin’ It

Back when I was in first or second grade, I begged my parents to let me pierce my ears.  All my friends were showing up at school with dainty, sparkly studs, and I wanted to be just as grown-up as they were!  My parents’ answer was an emphatic NO.  “You’re too young,” was the reasoning.  
Until my Aunt Kathie came into town.  Aunt Kathie was my mom’s hip, single younger sister whose famous M.O. was spoiling her nieces and nephews.  Aunt Kathie snuck me off to the Piercing Pagoda in the Oakdale Mall and I returned home victorious, pain-free, and sporting tiny purple stones in my ears.  Purple – of course.
Over the years, I stopped wearing earrings because they got tangled in my hair, I would forget to put them in, they would snag, etc etc etc.  Eventually the holes in my lobes “closed up.”  I’m okay with that.  But I did miss having a bit of sparkle in my ears…

So last Wednesday, I went down to Pure Body Arts inside of Sacred Tattoo and a lovely woman named Starr gave me this little daith piercing!  It can’t get snagged on my hair, it still didn’t hurt, and I think it goes to show that I’m not “too old” to have fun.


3 responses to “#tbt Everybody’s Doin’ It”

  1. I love it! I think it looks great on you!

  2. I've fancied a little daith for a long time! It looks awesome. I had my ears pierced when I was 10 and I loved it. I got so many more over the years but recently I was in hospital and had to take them all out and only the little ones I got when I was 10 and my nose piercing didn't close up. I do enjoy them not getting caught in my hair though.


  3. […] sat right back up, dried off, and went for the wax. Now you know I have that daith piercing that makes it impossible for me to wear ear buds in my left … I ran into a lot of problems with this. I am putting this in bold because I wish somebody had […]

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