Wow Ginger...that is wonderfully awesome!!!!
Really Awesome! I love it!
Thanks! :) I had a talented artist.P-ta - We should hang out! Timing is the issue. Rich is only home for three weeks this summer.. :(I miss you!
wowza! What a difference! Super Gorgeous!
loveitloveitloveitloveit! Can't wait to see it in person!
WOWZA! That is BEAUTIFUL!
Oh Jeez. I just saw that Sarah said that same thing.Is that a word that's coming back? It must be. Also, I'm pretty sure that Aunt Sarah (ah shit) is younger than me, so does that mean that I'm hip? Or at least close to hip? Maybe...say...quadricep? Oh man, I just ruined it, didn't I?
Woot! Kewl! :)
That's beeeeutiful! I love it. It's big AND delicate at same time. Awesome.
Thanks yous guys! Any buyer's remorse is officially squelched.. except for the damn carpet burn sensation every time I move. :) And Anne - I have not heard about the re-emergence of "Wowza" Yes, Shugs..Ah Shit.. Sarah is younger, but I think we have to chalk this one up to a happy coincidence.
Ginger,Not only is the tattoo beautiful so are you. If I were a young woman, I would want to copy your idea. It is probably not a good thing to do in my 70's. At my age, one has to worry that one of the offspring will want to put you in the Home for the Bewildered. LOL
Maria - I read your comment to my husband and he said that he hopes his offspring will think about putting him in a home for the bewildered. He said that it would be perfect if the only thing that kept them from actually doing it was that, "he's been acting like that his whole life, so maybe we shouldn't admit him since he hasn't really changed at all." That's become his new goal in life, to draw out that conversation.:)And thank you for your kind words.
I'm not big on tattoos but that's beautiful.
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