Well fast-forward 5 years later when enough time has lapsed that I’m once again thinking of inking, but this time I’m taking my time and doing my research on who, what, where, when and how.Â
In comes Cohen, who just happens to be a tattoo artist and hubby ofÂ fellow bunny, Siobhan. She and I get to talking and I tell her about my terrible experience of my first tattoo but how I’m willing to get back on the horse and get another.Â
Truth be told, it took another two years for me to finally bite the bullet and get under the tattoo ink gun again. And in that time I’d say I really earned permanently stamping that logo on my body.
Ever since I created the Muddbunnies logo, (that famous pink, bunny skull and crossbones) I’ve wanted to put it on my body, somewhere. Why? Many people use a tattoo to capture a moment, a memory of something so significant and life-changing that we want a constant reminder. Well the Muddbunnies has been that for me, my greatest struggle and my proudest success. So it was time to get that perminent and constant reminder.Â Â
I shared myÂ idea with a good friend of mine, Vicki who took up mountain biking in her 50s. Guess who hopped on the bunny ink train? It didn’t take much convincing and Vicki was on board with my crazy plan.
So we made the appointment, set the date and prepared ourselves for some permanent markings.
I’m so happy to say thatÂ my second tattooÂ was aÂ wonderful experienceÂ and Cohen was incredible. He was professional, sensitive, and made theÂ time in his chairÂ so positive that I’m ready to go back and do it again. I’d recommend him to anyone and am so thankful for such a positive experience.
If you’re looking for someone to make your first tattoo experience or your next tattoo experience a positive one then Cohen is your man and you can contact him here: http://www.cohenfloch.com/Â And if you’re a Muddbunnies Riding Club member than count on a discount as Cohen Floch is a proud supporter of the Muddbunnies.