“Ginkgo leaves... They were my great grandmother’s favorite and her love for them was passed down through the strong, enduring, hopeful women in my family.”
“First tattoo in honor of my grandfather (he liked sunflowers and pink flamingos, thus the feather).”
“My first tattoo in honor of my chemist grandmother”
“Got a tattoo in honor of Kiko today, she was 9 when she passed.”
“I finally did it... I got the tattoo in honor of my dad. It’s just before the year anniversary of his passing. He did stage magic as a hobby and this prop was my favorite of his tricks.”
“I love cycling, I own a bike, and I got my first tattoo at the age of 50.”
“I have a tune here. You can play it. I made it during the best period of my life and I don’t want it to ever end.”
“I can” for when I beat thyroid cancer...
“I got 2 tattoos on my wrists to honor my sons. They were born on the same day 15 years apart. August 2, both Leos.”
“I was worried my sons’ birthdays would be on the same day. When April 23 ended, I relaxed and give birth on the next day.”
“Kitty heading off to the other side. My first proper tattoo in memory of my kitty Ziggy.”
“In honor of my new son, I got a tattoo of Vegeta and Trunks.”
“Got my first Beatles tattoo yesterday, in memory of John. I’m planning on getting a half sleeve of Beatles references.”
“Weirwood Tree and Direwolf tattoo in honor of my dog Ghost”
“New tattoo in honor of my recovery after a broken back”
“This is my actual heartbeat. It’s irregular.”
“STRENGTH” is my mom’s handwriting. It’s close to my heart, literally. A reminder that though she died of heart disease and I inherited it, I also inherited her STRENGTH. The hand is my big bro who got same to honor me and our mom."
“In honor of my lost baby”
“When I went to a tattoo shop in town and showed them the picture of what I wanted, they laughed at it. I suppose because it seemed to them like a basic tattoo and they didn’t know the meaning behind it.”
"Simple but meaningful"
“A semicolon is used when an author could have ended a sentence but chose not to. You are the author and the sentence is your life. About 3 years ago my oldest was having a hard time, we didn’t think we would get through but he’s fine now and we got matching tattoos.”
“Mom got a memorial tattoo for my younger brother.”
“My first tattoo is a memorial for my dad who recently passed away.”
“My husband and I got matching tattoos. All the moons represent a different day in our relationship: (bottom) first kiss, (middle) proposal, (top) wedding day”