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Myself, in a sentence
I am a preschool teacher, and I am very passionate about my work, however I have a frisky side that many people don't see. I enjoy anything outside, including swimming, hiking and floating down a river with a cold beer in my hand. I love being in love, and I am completely fascinated by the female body. I enjoy taking photos, but even more than that, I love being in them. I think that tattoos serve as a portal into the mind of whoever wears them. I wear mine proudly!
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
My Ganesh and Lotus flower with the saying “It Is What It Is” above it in Hindi. The Ganesh is a symbol of knowledge, and it is the remover of obstacles. I feel like it embowers me and helps me get through daily struggles. My Lotus flower symbolizes my personal growth as a person. Like the Lotus, I believe I have grown from darkness into something beautiful. The saying “It Is What It Is” because, well, that’s just it… It is what it is. All three of these tattoos are tied into one slowly growing piece.
My first tattoo and the story behind it
My father died when I was 10. When I was 16, I somehow convinced my mom to let me get a tattoo in his honor. It is a beautiful tattoo, but I kind of wish I would have put it somewhere differently. It’s on my lower back, and well, it’s a cross that says “Daddy”. Oops.
My next tattoo
My next tattoo is from an old book called “Armor of God” that soldiers used to carry with them. It’s full of prayers and bible verses. There is one particular prayer in it about enlightenment that I am currently having drawn up for me. It’s basically about being saved from ones inner demons, and as someone with many of those, this particular prayer serves me great purpose.