As something as a commitment-phobe (what’s up three addresses in one year?!) tattoos scare me in a way usually reserved for Asian horror movies. When I think about the tattoos I would have wanted at 19, I am endlessly thankful that I didn’t have any money left after thrifting to spend on body art. Because the world really doesn’t need another girl with wings on her shoulders.But what about quotes as tattoos? I like the idea of having something meaningful and inspiring etched into my body for the rest of my life, something that I can reference at when I’m struggling with a tough decision. Aren’t these lovely?
Fantastic! Isn’t this font gorgeous?
What if you got this instead/in addition to a wedding band?
I just hope that’s not a comma I see after ‘forever’ …
I love this! Wouldn’t it be fun to fill this in with something
different every day?
If I ever got quote tattoos, I’d want them on the insides of my
wrists. On the right, I’d want
“I promise I shall never give up,
and that I’ll die yelling and laughing.”
The left? “I want to be thoroughly used up when I die”
Would you ever get a quote tattoo?
What would it say?
I believe that everyone and everything is interesting. You too? Let’s be friends!
Each year on my birthday, I make a list of new things I want to try. Then I try them.
1. Take an adult ballet class
2. Go carless for one week
3.Drive a jet ski
4 Go storm chasing
5. Take an overnight bike trip
6. Take a sailing class
7. Stay overnight on a houseboat
8. Make kombucha from scratch
9. Try paddleboarding
10. Take a curling lesson
11. Go Geocaching
12. Attempt to play Dungeons & Dragons
13. Bird watch
14. Take an aerial yoga class
15. Make lefse from scratch
16. Read Benjamin Franklin's biography
17. See 'All About Eve' 18. Make a frame-worthy watercolor
19. See the Bayfield ice caves
20. Eat Baked Alaska
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