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Let's talk about tattoos.
How do you feel about tattoos?  Do you have one?  Do you want one?

I kind-of love them.  No, I do not love all of them, but most of them... yes.  They're definitely a conversation opener (the visible ones).  
Here's my thing.  I would really like one and I know what it would be and I haven't changed what it is for years, but would I want it forever?  That is exactly what holds me back.  Sometimes I just draw it out for fun.

What is it, you ask?
I would definitely get the yoga tree pose in stick figure form.  This all comes from a yoga class I took in a park in 08 when the instructor described the pose as this:
*your toes are the trees roots.  These are the people in your life who root you and aren't going anywhere, like your family, they are your foundation.
*your fingers are the leaves on your tree.  They represent people that come into your life for awhile and then they may drift off, but they were still part of the tree while they were there.
*The wind comes and tries to push you over.  You adjust and allow yourself to move a bit and then get back to your center.  Life isn't always smooth.

yep, that's what I would get.

In the meantime, I'm in love with tattly!  The temporary tattoos are a little expensive, but how fun for a special occasion!  I actually started looking for a friend's bachelorette party coming up and ended up checking out the entire site.

how cute for a kid's bday party! (via)
;) (via)
Soooo many to choose from!


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