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i like this one too! :) would be perfect for Aaron and I with our wedding anniversary!

Freja Beha - 'Serendipity Is Life'

I've always wanted a self-affirming word tatted on my wrist. But I have so many words that i have to tell myself, I could never choose just one.

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

a more perfect photograph or piece of body art has never existed.

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

@Stacey Tufts: written sidewise down the center of the spine? it would hurt like the dickens. i also like the idea of maybe adding a verse? something like prov. 31:28 "her children arise and call her blessed" or 31:25 "she is clothed in strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come" (i particularly like that)

Placement. Surprisingly I like the placement of this tattoo. Easily visible when you want it to be and easy to cover as well.

"'It’s always darkest before the dawn.' I got this because I love Florence + Machine and these lyrics inspired me every day. Done by Enrico Garau in Cagliari, Italy."

Chiara Ferragni's tattoos (theblondesalad) - Love both placements and meanings! ("luce" means "light", while "ode alla vita" means "ode to life", in italian)