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"A good listener tries to understand what the other person is saying. In the end he may disagree sharply, but because he disagrees, he wants to know exactly what it is he is disagreeing with."
- Kenneth A. Wells

"I do not want the peace that passeth understanding. I want the understanding which bringeth peace."
- Helen Keller

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

for my daughter...


I've been looking for a tattoo... hmmmmmmmm....


For life...

17 comments:

Fortune Cookies said...

I love it!

buffalodick said...

Nice, but where are you going to put it? :)

Robert said...

I'm confused. You've been looking for a tattoo for your daughter???

On a separate note, I've been meaning to ask you how you install audio clips into your posts. If you wouldn't mind giving a free lesson I'd be much appreciative. :)

Charles Gramlich said...

Purty

Turnbaby said...

Oooooo very nice.

I want to get one too but i haven't decided where or what yet.

Location?

Jay said...

That's a pretty cool tat!

CrystalChick said...

I totally love it!!!
Are you getting this one done?

Karen said...

That is great!

Akelamalu said...

That's lovely. For you not your daughter right?

Slyde said...

nice! i've been looking at getting another one too, with my sons name....

Anndi said...

FC: It says it all, doesn't it?

Buff: I don't know. I'll consult with Honey. He's the tattoo afficionado. :)

Robert: LOL um... not for her, although she wants one when she's old enough. I meant I'm focussing on breast cancer awareness for my daughter. Hopefully she'll grow up in a time where we find the cure.
Sure! Send me an e-mail (it's on my profile) and I'll give you the info.

Charles: That was exactly her word for it!

Turnbaby: I'm not sure where this one would go. I want a tigress on my lower back... purrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

Jay: Yup! And meaningful!

Mary: The more I look at it, the more I want to.

Karen: Thanks sweetie!

Akelamalu: I'll be the one with the tattoo... and my hope is that my daughter will never be faced with breast cancer.

Slyde: That would be amazing!

Brian o vretanos said...

That's clever about the "e"...

Medical advances are one of the great things about our modern world - every generation has a much better outlook as regards serious illness.

Anndi said...

Brian: Very clever indeed!
Wouldn't it be nice if they took the funding awarded to come up with an invisibility fabric and put it towards ... oh... I don't know... the cure for cancer?

Lu' said...

Very nice. Maybe have it hover over a bed of chicklets.

Desert Songbird said...

I'm not an ink person, but it certainly is a worthy sentiment.

Anndi said...

Lu: She'd love that!

Songbird: I've developed an appreciation for body art but it has to have meaning... a reason or story.

jenboglass said...

I love this. How did I miss this earlier? I hope it's your tattoo and not hers though. :)