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Myself, in a sentence
My name is Mandi Norton. I am a 23 year old female originally from Columbus, Georgia. I am 5'8, 140 lbs, athletic build. I am currently living in San Diego, California. I am a southern belle living the great life in California. I am serving as an active duty Marine on MCAS Miramar. I have been in the United States Marine Corps for a little over 3 years now. My ambitions in life are to finish out my time in the service and to get at job with the San Diego Police Department. I would love to work part time at a tattoo parlor as a piercer or even be one of the fabulous Suicide Girls. I enjoy riding my GSXR-750 street bike on the weekends. I also enjoy spending my time with my fabulous group of crazy friends. I must say I am blessed to have a second family out here in CA since my family in GA is so far away. My father calls me the black sheep of the family because my tattoos and crazy personality. I have always been the type to go above and beyond what is expected of me. That’s why my father and I disagree so much because he told to stop getting tattoos-well, look at me now!! I cannot wait to be ME and live the lifestyle that makes me happy. Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.-Confucius. I truly believe in this quote because inside we are all beautiful women trying to express ourselves through a different version of beauty. Those who judge us have no time to love us…
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
My favorite tattoo is the piggy bank in my right armpit. The tattoo is dedicated to my nephew Zachariah Morgan Kash Wages. He is 13 months old and I still have not been able to meet him. I bought him a piggy bank to match his nursery when he was born and got his name Kash printed on it. The tattoo represents the love I have for my family and the distance means nothing when I have a piece of him with me everyday!
My first tattoo and the story behind it
My first tattoo is the tribal I have on my lower back. There isn’t much of a story behind it besides the fact that I was 15 and wanted a tattoo. This is the only tattoo that I don’t really care for anymore. I want to combine it with another piece to be forgetful of a impulse tattoo.
My next tattoo
My next tattoo will be continuing my left sleeve. My right sleeve is dedicated to my family and my left sleeve is dedicated to the crazy group of friends that I have. The memories I have made with them are just a small portion of my body that I can dedicate to them.