bemused by life, love, the bench, and the garden......
Thats not so bad **wink**
very nice-it's small too. ;)
Not to worry! Nice...small....hey it could have been a half naked hula dancer. My girlfriend's dad had that on his leg. My brother got one of a skunk on his arm when he went into the Navy...it said "Never Again"...meaning he would never re-enlist. He ended up putting in his 20 years.Wonder what your son's next one will be..... :)
Oh, that's a nice one!
Not too bad at all! At least he wasn't drunk like my husband and got a crudely inked pair of boobs on his bicep! Sleazy!
Not bad at all. :)
I'm getting used to it. He really did do his research to find a good place. And we knew knew he wanted one, we just didn't think it would come so soon.Danny even found out he couldn't swim for 2 weeks after he got one, and since he was the captain of his swim team, he waited until the season was over.It was a rite of passage, and I am reminded of that saying, you give them roots so they will have wings.
Not bad. It is in a good spot. That is the same place my son wants to get his.
Not bad at all. Better than a lot of facial piercings!He is a very handsome young man, Sherry.
Well at least he got his own initials and not someone else's... *giggles*
Sherry , you're going to have to teach me your patience and breathing exercises!
ah, tatoos....both my daughters have them. one has a sun and a moon and the other has a shark....;-)
My mom flipped her lid when i got tattooed at 18 - granted, I went out and got a gigantic one on my back, but still!Your son's is not bad at all. Being a tattoo artist now i fully expect my kids to have tattoos, and I really won't be able say anything about it!But I think it's great that your son told you immediately and was willing to share that with you so readily!
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