VOLUME II: When the lessons of the past catapult you into the future.
I am happy to know that I am not the only one whose ship is still rocking. It's not the thing I'm most wanting to carry with me right now as a memento. I keep looking at my tat and thinking about that fun time on Lido aft, etc.
I want you to know that I reached for the Sharpie this morning for a little touch up, and thought of what you said.Who knows...
My ship is still listing to port... but it was SO worth it!I'm going for the Sharpie touch-up in a minute, Cheese.
WS, even when the fake tats fade, we will still stand with you. You are not alone. P.S. Tat shows through hose.
I loved this! Didn't get one because of uh..uhhhh...can't recall why but did enjoy seeing you wild gals.
How cool! Love the idea and the execution. Glad to hear that you are safely home... All of you! Peace.
I'm still admiring your calves, by the way!
I think my ankle is jealous.
Mine is not in the picture, but it's still going strong!
Lovely! But when do the rest of them (aside from yours) become permanent? Perhaps in time for next year's BE???
Well Sue, I told them if they find themselves continuing to reach for a sharpie because they want it to last longer then it is time for them to seriously consider making the move to permanent.It was also fun to watch faces as they looked at our tattoos one at a time and wondered why I was able to get such a detailed one!
I think I know what my real tattoo is supposed to look like! I have two and a half years to get it done. Before I turn 50! My daughter thinks I'm goofy.
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