Last week, we saw Crystal successfully receive her nose piercing, and indulge in delicious M&M's, making her boyfriend exceedingly jealous. This week, we take a look at how life has gone after leaving Lou's.
The human body has this annoying thing called an immune system. I mean, yeah, it protects us from disease and does all sorts of amazing things to help us heal and, like, not die and stuff, but it can get just so darn uppity when we decide of our own free will to jab holes in our bodies and fill them with metal spikes and other foreign objects.
Summer provided Crystal with an extensive list of do's and don'ts to prevent her body from rejecting the piercing, and to guard against infection. It's important when getting a piercing to remember that it will require a lot of TLC (no, not the group who sang "Waterfalls") to heal properly and become a problem-free accessory to be enjoyed and shown off. Summer has been great, making herself available for continued advice and feedback on taking care of the piercing.
The piercing has added maybe 20 minutes to Crystal's pre-bedtime routine. When you're tired late at night and all of a sudden realize you have to take care of your new piercing, it can be very tempting to skip it for one night. Just like taking on any new responsibility in life, anyone considering a piercing should prepare themselves for having to put in that extra effort.
Crystal loves her piercing, and it truly looks great on her. Lou's provided a fantastic experience, and Summer did an excellent job in all respects.
This concludes our epic saga My Girlfriend Goes To Lou's. I hope you enjoyed it, despite the lack of ninjas. Please let me know if there is further interest in more installments of this series, following additional activities of Crystal's life such as: My Girlfriend Finds Cheap Gas in NJ or My Girlfriend Goes Shopping for New Socks or….actually, I'm being told that those will not be acceptable here on the Lou's blog and Crystal would be weirded out by me following her around with a notepad all day, so let's just say our goodbyes and move on. Hugs all around.
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