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Myself, in a sentence
I'm a former Military Police Officer of the US Army, a student, an activist, and a motorcyclist, and I love the challenge of dominating in a multitude of arenas, crafts, and experiences of life.
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
My favorite tattoo is my smallest tattoo, on my hip. It's a small broken heart that's wrapped in a yellow "Support Our Troops" ribbon. I got it as representation of all the broken hearts of Military soldiers, families, spouses, and children, and the soldiers who've passed, as well as those who've taken their own lives from severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries from explosions. I got the heart tattoo a few days before my own soldier, and love, went overseas to Iraq for 15 months, until I waited for him to get back.
My first tattoo and the story behind it
My first tattoo is a work in progress, yet. My younger tattoos are less meaningful, as I had gotten them right after entering the military and was in a rush to feel "the rush" of getting a tattoo. It's a tribal on my upper back, but if you feel like asking me "What tribe are you from", my great grandmother's ancestors are from the Cree tribe. Anything else?
My next tattoo
I haven't yet decided but I'm always adding to tattoo's, and though I know I eventually want one travelling up my rib cage, I'm looking to add to the current tattoo's I have.