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This is my 6th tattoo. I got it in memory of my 4 great grandmothers. I grew up with all 4 of them and they all died within a year of each other (when i was 22).  The sparrows always return to the same location when the migrate. In addition, once they find a mate they always keep them. As a maritime/sailing tradition it symbolizes that no matter how far a sailor travels, they will return home and be faithful. This tattoo is by Wes Schulz at DreamsCollide in Lancaster, PA

"Why do you stay with such a fool?" "Hmmm. I suppose because he's been the most powerful magus on this plane exactly four times. Of course, half of those times he was the only magus remaining, therefore fit every superlative for magi, especially most foolish. However, one time, he gained a power respected, feared... and fetching." "Huh? How'd he fall from that exalted height?" "Even the most foolish of men can't match the hubris of magi, my apprentice. No exceptions. " -@AuFleecer

"Have you done enough today to earn the right to live tomorrow?” Night Flying Woman by Ignatia Broker.

I want this placement running along my spinal cord with "Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. Romans 12:2"

Freja Beha - 'Serendipity Is Life'

Beautiful. I don't know if I am brave enough for the ribs.

Love the look of this tattoo! Not sure if I could get it myself though.

“Ode alla vita” on the right arm, to always remind me how important it is to live at our best each day via the Blonde Salad:)

II Yanna (Almere, The Netherlands ) ‘”Miles to go” in Greek II

Holly Valence's text tattoo on the back of the leg/ankle/calf. Great placement with Hebrew text which translates to: "This too shall pass"