"How long did it take to get your tattoo?" Over two hours
"How much did it cost?" $75.00, but they have low overhead since they are not in a big city. I heard one of the guys telling a lady, "You'll have to go to (some shop in) Warrensburg to get that done; it will cost you twice as much, because it's a college town, but that's where you need to go." I have little idea what the going price is for a tattoo the size of mine, but I'm thinking anybody with that kind of artistic talent who spends over two grueling hours working on an old lady's back is working pretty cheaply.
"Didn't it hurt?" After the first five minutes or so, I more or less got used to the burning sensation and didn't even think about it... until the last twenty or thirty minutes, and then I was very ready to be done. Logan kept asking me if I wanted a break, but I just wanted it done, so he kept at it.
"Are you going to wear sundresses to show it off?" I might get some tank tops or spaghetti-strap shirts for here at home, but I will probably wear my usual T-shirts when I'm off the property. People do tend to judge folks with tattoos. How do I know this? Because I've done a little judging of my own, over the years.
"Why Pegasus?" You'll find the answer HERE, if you read the whole entry. If I hadn't been watching an episode of "Pickers", I would have ended up with some sort of Honda Gold Wing tattoo, which would be about me and Cliff and our mutual love of riding the motorcycle. The Mobile Pegasus goes back to Cliff's teenage years, his youngest sister's childhood (and even another sister who died as a toddler), and to my children's infancy. So it's very personal to me, and reminds me of my favorite people.
If you have other questions, leave them in my comment section and I will edit this entry to answer them.