Day 7 — What tattoos you have and if they have meaning.

This is really easy. I have no tattoos.

However. I’ve considered getting a tattoo. But not too seriously. I’m not a huge fan of them but I understand why people get them. I just don’t think I want to go through that much pain for something that is not going to look the same all the time. I mean face it, I’m going to gain weight, lose weight, get more wrinkles than I already have, I may have to have body parts removed, skin removed, etc. You never know what is going to happen. So keep that in mind when I say that the tattoo I’ve considered getting is the one pictured below.

I would add the kids names inside the loops.

Now, while that is an awesome tattoo and anyone who really knows me, knows that it has a ton of meaning with the kids names and the paw prints, that would look like crap wrinkled, cut in half, faded, etc. So, no. Not happening. And I stick my finger twice a day, and I insert the BGS in my body once a week, that’s enough sticking for me! Doesn’t mean I don’t love my kids or animals, it just means no more pain than I need!

2 thoughts on “Day 7 — What tattoos you have and if they have meaning.

  1. I have 2 tattoos. My first (a rose bud on my left inside ankle) was to celebrate my 5 years cancer free day & my 2nd tattoo(a mass of morning glories across my double mastectomy scar)was to celebrate my 10th year cancer free. I am at 16 years cancer free & want to get another but I’m not sure what or were.

    1. Congrats on being cancer free! I can totally understand those tattoos and applaud you for getting them. I’m still not sure if I could do it.

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