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Myself, in a sentence
I am a strong, independent hard working mother of two that thrives on being an individual and not stuck in the cookie cutter world cliche.
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
My favorite tattoo is on my left thigh. It is of a pink teddy bear in a tutu boxing a purple monkey with blond ringlets a tiera. Underneather the two characters it says "Sisters Forever" I wanted something original to represent my daughters. Something that I can see everyday. Both my girls' nicknames involved animals [Thea Bear and Monkey Butt]. One day they were fighting like sisters do and Thea Bear told Monkey she didn't want to be her sister. Monkey then turned around and said "were going to be sisters forever no matter how much we fight". Right then I knew I wanted them fighting each other. Nothing will ever top it.
My first tattoo and the story behind it
My first tattoo is between my shoulder blades. I was 18 and for years said i was going to get a tattoo the day i turned 18. At the time I was obsessed with roses and music was my passion. The guy showed me a flash of a black treble clef note with a rose ontop of it. Thought it was cute but I wanted something harder so I told him to make it look a little more like tribal. Not the best work for sure and he dug so hard into my skin but no matter how many times someone has offered to cover it up I refuse. Each peice has a reason.
My next tattoo
My next tattoo will be for my Daddy. Biologically we share no blood but I could not be more like him if we were. My mother met him when i was about 7 and until the day she left he was there. My mother and I never got along and fought all the time. I was the reason for her mistakes and regrets. When she left he refused to divorce her unless she gave custody of not just me but my two younger brothers whom shared no DNA. My dad has been my biggest support and advocate. When I had my daughter he was caught up in a bad crowd and on drugs. I told him I refused to let my kids witness the things I did. Gave him the option of cleaning up or not being apart of our lives. After disappearing a couple of weeks we came back sober and has been ever since. He refused to turn his back on me, or my brothers, or my children. He truly is my hero. So because of that I want to get "Anyone can be a father but it takes somesomeone special to be a Daddy" tattooed inside of music bars like a song.