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Bernetta Medell
Bernetta Medell • 2 years ago

My first tattoo minutes after it was finished. Its my moms handwriting on the inside of my left forearm, taken from a letter she wrote to me before I was born. I lost my mom when I was four in a car accident, but shes always been a part of everything I do regardless of the fact that she isnt physically here. In the letter she promised that she was always here for me, and I want to be reminded of that every day.

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