A really cool thing that a teacher got when she started working with special needs children: "I got this tattoo after my first year of working with kids with autism. I love them with all my heart, and each 5-year-old child drew a photo of themselves as a robot. The puzzle pieces are a spin on the Autism Awareness Ribbon. They don’t know I got this done, and I don’t know if they ever will, but I’ll remember them forever."
This is my first tattoo, and it’s very meaningful to me. I got the idea from a necklace my sister was wearing, which was a compass, and on the back of it I discovered the quote “There are no shortcuts to anywhere worth going.” It is now a tattoo that my sister and I share.
from source: This is my first tattoo I just got done by Josh at Lucky Rabbit in Muncie, Indiana. It’s an elephant that is made up of the names of the people in my family. Brian, my dad, is on the foot because he’s always been there to support me. Kim, my mom, is on the ear because she always listens to me. Bria, my sister, is on the back because I know I can always rely on her for anything. Kailey, my deceased sister, is on the trunk because she is guarding me in the right direction.
puzzle piece tattoo - Hubby and I have been looking for a tandem tattoo we can could do to symbolize our love for each other and our children. This one could work in color. The outline of the puzzle piece in Autism blue, background in rainbow gradient with the key and lock in gold. Would be awesome.