It looked great but I was concerned about the lettering - this was going to be permanent so I wanted it right. I also met Zhilicka at the booth next to ours - she is originally from India and could write Hindi very well. She was kind enough to send me several different scripts of what I wanted.
For the first fed hours I had the Henna Tattoo I had to keep my shirt off my arm where the henna tatto was as it was still wet. I had several Indian people stop to look and one couple actually took a picture!!
I was still concerned about the style of lettering and nervous about actually getting a tattoo - hell, it's permanent! I was not only relieved when Stacie-Rae did the stencil of the tattoo that she was going to put on my arm, I was thrilled. While she was inking me - I didn't mention that I don't do well with needles did I? - Stacie was friendly and kept me distracted.
I absolutely love the finished product. Stacie you rock!! You are a god!!
If anyone reads this and they note any sort of misspelling, please keep it to yourself. The tattoo is permanent and I don't want to go through the rest of my life thinking that it is incorrect :)
Thanks Leah, Zhilicka and Stacie for your help on this.