Emma (Kolding) “My birthday in roman numerals. The day I met the most beautiful people in the world – my family.”
Andrea (The Netherlands) “Because I stay true to me and my principles.”
Sara B (Milwaukee, WI) “Tattoo of the world with “Wanderlust” over it in my mom’s handwriting. I’m German, and my mom is the one who has inspired to travel all over the world since I can remember.”
“This quote has always held meaning for me. Not only is it from one of my favorite trilogies (LOTR) but it also has depth. It is a reminder to always seek truth in my spiritual walk and it resembles who I am: a wanderer through life who is always held down and has a home wherever I go.” Signerica
Marilie (Greece) “After reading Rhonda’s Byrne last book “The magic” i instantly new i wanted to do this tattoo. She is declaring that magic is created by practicing gratitude and that we have the responsibility to be thankful for the blessings that have already come into our lives. Thanking God, the universe or what.”
Maja T “Våga drömma.”
Johanna (Växjö) “This tattoo stands for the fact that I’ve been through a lot and I’ve always stood up for who I am.”
Our wedding tattoo – we married on a 23rd (our birthdays are on a 23rd as well) – his in big and black, mine inverse and a bit smaller, both on our left wrist <3
It’s my birthday today so I might not be blogging as often as usual today.
But I wanted to thank you all again for reading and supporting the blog. It means the world to me!
“This is my first tattoo. I got it with my friend and a random Australian guy we met there. My loved ones are allowed to write anything under the tattoo. It’ll remind me of what I love, even though I have a bad day.”
“roman numerals 23 – in memory of my ex, it was the date we met, the date we got together, & the title of our song, which is also my favourite song. i never want to forget all that the number meant to me.”
Neslihan (Montreal) “This is the sun symbol of Hittites, an ancient civilization which was established in Ancient Anatolia. It is also the original symbol of my native city, Ankara, Turkey. It reminds me of my native city, where I came from and my heritage. I love it!”
Brittany (Hartford) “Lucky Number”