These things define me a little bit.
So I thought this was neat. He got his father's hand print tattooed on his shoulder after his father passed away. I was thinking about a similar thing I could do with my mom in mind but then I realized that the only thing that would make sense and have any kind of meaning would be for her handprint to be wrapped around my upper arm. That's where she'd grab me and my sister when we were in trouble. haha I'd still consider that tattoo.
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Murals of Michael Dillon
Lake Oauchita State Park, Arkansas. My family spent a summer RV camping at various sites along the lake when I was 13. Or as my sister says, we were probably homeless and our parents didn't want to tell us. Good job, parents! I'd have never figured it out if I didn't have a much more cynical sister. :oD
We have Jane Addams to thank for what social work looks like today. She set up Hull House in Chicago, the first settlement house in the U.S. Jane Addams (Sept. 6, 1860–May 21, 1935) was a pioneer settlement worker, founder of Hull House in Chicago, public philosopher, sociologist, author, and leader in woman suffrage and world peace.
Antagonism is always unnecessary. --Jane Addams