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Myself, in a sentence
Nerd extraordinaire. I did not start off getting my tattoos right away. The first, a self-designed celtic knot on the back of my neck, was a few months after the Miss Fallbrook pageant, after placing as 1st Princess; when you make the court, youre told by the pageant directors that you may have no visible tattoos, so I figured the back of the neck was appropriate and a good place to keep a tattoo hidden. Getting my first tattoo was like finding God: I knew it was something I wanted to do and grow with, however I was hindered from investing in some good artists and quality pieces, so I held off on getting the larger pieces until after I had my daughter.
I love tattoos and the vintage culture, and LOVES that more and more people are accepting of tattoos as a form of art and expression. "All of my tattoos follow a 'flora/fauna' theme," she says, "where my family, life events and such are depicted through nature, and my collection grows as my experiences do!" Although her mainstream goal is to pursue veterinary science, she lovse modeling because she truly comes alive in front of the camera. "I want my daughter to see that women off all shapes and sizes-tattoos or not-can be proud of how they look. My tattoos are such a big reason as to why I carry my head high, and I am trying to set the best example I can for my daughter by being confident, being PROUD of my tattoos, and showing her that with a little self-esteem and believing in yourself, you can accomplish anything!
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it
The one for my daughter: after she was born, I could not wait to get a piece for her! It's still a work in progress, and I'm hoping it will grow as she does! :]
My first tattoo and the story behind it
The one on the back of my neck: you can't have VISIBLE ink when you run for royal court for your city/state [i.e. Miss San Diego, Miss California, etc]...I ran for the Miss Fallbrook pageant, placed 1st Princess in the court, and got a tattoo on the back of my neck a few months later...that started my addiction! :]
My next tattoo
Is always changing, and depends on where my life takes me!