Early Friday morning around 10:00 AM, I arrived at the office to handle some last minute additions before heading to National Harbor, Maryland. By 11:00 AM, it was time to hit the road and Ricardo and I had a 4-hour drive ahead of us. Now, I know what you're thinking, "4 hours?! That's insane!" But actually, the ride went by pretty fast even with the mass amount of traffic.
Baltimore Maryland! We came, we saw, we conquered! It all started with a 3-hour drive at 8:30 a.m.
The ride was fun and easy thanks to our Instagram Live audience giving us music requests. That and coffee were just about the only two things keeping us awake and ready to take on the Baltimore Tattoo Convention!
National Harbor, National Harbor, National Harbor.... where to begin?
Well, National Harbor is always a very welcoming event with warm weather and great vibes, but this time around, it was a little more intricate than that...
The ride there was nothing but fog.... lots and lots of fog... Driving, you couldn't see more than one car in front of you.
Before we even departed for the event, I was already feeling sick. I had a crazy migraine early morning before we left. I felt so bad because that left Kristen, my partner in crime, to do everything for the event. About 20 minutes before the scheduled time to leave, she woke me up and said, "Maybe I should just leave you here. I got this."
I definitely knew she could handle it since she's done events on her own before but I just thought I'll feel better. I slept on the entire 3-hour ride to Timmonium, MD and I were still feeling like shit. After setting up
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