Malin S (Namsos, Norway)
Chris (Mexico) “M because of my parents’,sister’s and grandmas’ initial names letter. And the heart because they are the ones I love the most.”
Sara (Singapore) “The numerals represent 29:5, which happens to be my birthday which I share the same as my dad’s. It’s always been special to me. He passed a few years ago, so this ink leaves an even more dear meaning to me, and will forever remind me of him.”
source: Julia (Munich)
“birds sing after a storm”, ”the elephant i got when my dad died early this year. My little niece said: My grandpa is now in heaven and he is an elephant. He was a big guy who died much too young and i miss him a lot but thinking of him as an elephant in heaven makes me smile. ”
Oanh (Utrecht) “My own handwriting”
Ruzele (Park City, Utah) “I got this done when I was 18 on the 1 year anniversary of my moms death. We both wrote this on our hands the few months before she passed as a way to feel closer when she was in and out of hospitals. The pink heart off of the “g” is to represent her and her selfless love towards everyone she met.”
Steffi (Luxembourg) “As a daily reminder to fight for recovery.”
source: Maria & Pablo, Frida H (Växjö, Sweden) ”Smile in Swedish”, Alisi C http://alisiclaire.blogspot.
25 is my lucky number, the rabbit stands for home and my father, the norwegian rune for Traveling and finding your inner self and my Yang I haven’t found yet.
The unequal sign. It signifies that it’s the difference that exists in each one of us, our individuality, what makes us all uniques. Likewise that difference is what pulls us together or apart. It also reminds me that the ‘normal’ way isn’t necessarily better.”
Philippe (Neuchâtel, Switzerland)
Amanda (Stockholm) “greek word, aderfi, which means sister.”