A few months ago I heard about a new business opening up where I live that offered floating. Basically, you are given a private room that has a large chamber filled with water that’s heated to about 94 degrees. The water is only about a foot deep, but its super-saturated with 1000 pounds of Epsom salts. This makes the water so dense that you’re able to float effortlessly on the surface of the water.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all my Tribe buddies!! I hope you all have a wonderful holiday weekend, and safe travels too those who are flying or driving to be with friends or family. Does anyone have anything fun planned for the new year, piercing-related or otherwise? I might be going to the big Airventure Air Show in Oshkosh in July with some other family members, so if there's anyone here from the Wisconsin area, please feel free to suggest some things to see and do while I'm there. I also want to get back into my hiking routine this year.
So the other day I finally took the plunge and got both of my nipples re-pierced. As some of you may know, I had them done a few years ago, but I ran into problems that forced me to remove them. Ever since then I've been flirting with the idea of trying again. The plan was to either get them done earlier this Spring (2015), or wait until summer was over and have them pierced in the fall. Spring and summer passed, so a few days ago I called the local shop and asked them if they had any openings soon. I was told they had an opening at 4pm that afternoon.
I'm thinking about having my nipples re-pierced. I've been without them for a few years now following some healing issues, but the more I think about it, the more I want them back. I don't know what I liked more, the way the looked or the way the felt. Either way, I really enjoyed them, so my thinking is to have them done ASAP, that way they should be well on their way to healing by summer.
For all of you who are physically active and have your own nipples pierced, is there anything I can do to help the healing process along.