Sooooo, last week, Friday, I FINALLY (about a exactly year later) changed my tongue-piercing from the first one that you use when the tong is swollen. My tongue had been swollen unusually long and I was worrying about it a lot. During autumn I stopped drinking alcohol completely to let it heal but I thought it was still swollen. For the last six months-ish I've been wondering if I should take it out or not cuz it was hurting a little bit now and again. Then a month ago I went with my friend Kyoko to get her a tongue-piercing too. Back at the same studio a year later I ask my piercer what I should do about my swollen tongue. I get the answer;
"It's not swollen, you should change the piercing"
So why it was hurting was because it was too long and because of that moving around.... Do you think I felt silly?
(HAHAHAHAHAHA! This is what happens when you postpone things and worry for nothing..)
While we are on the subject of piercing I come to think of my new work. That's right! I'm now a part-timer at a French restaurant about 5 minutes from my home. Yay me!
Why I came to think of this is that I have to take of my nose-piercing and all of the rings except one. Compared to the general public I'm a quiet pierced person. Some of the girls in my class haven't even pierced their ears cuz it's scary...? But if I compare to my piercer I'm a beginner, and if he compares to the people he met at the piercing-tattoo-convent he went to in US recently HE is nothing. There are so many different people in the world.. <3
Last Thursday I was a model for my 先輩 at their fashion-show (senpai, a word for people that are a year above you in school or has been working longer at the same work, you can also use if as a "senpai in life"). It's the second time that I'm on the runway now and I've done a couple of hair-modelling-gigs too. Next Monday I will be in a fashion/make-up photo shoot. It's a lot, a lot of fun and I hope to get more and more gigs from now on too.
Wells, I'll get back to my Starbucks-coffee and studies.