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Old 11-25-2008, 21:57   #11
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Thanks and Thanks and THank you!! I have yet *knock on wood* to get an infection from any of my tattoos and the healing process went very smooth. My artist was not really wanting to do it at first but once he saw that I got my sugars under control he went ahead and agreed to do it!!!!

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Hi Meg, this the first time I saw this thread. I'm sure I am old enough to be your Dad. Since the tattoo is on your foot I approve. No problem! If it was on your face or certain other body parts.......well.....er...... oh, never mind.

P.S. Ohhhh, OK, I like the tattoo.


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Old 11-26-2008, 02:30   #13
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lol.. Never on my face!! Why cover up that beauty!! lol Kidding!!!

Naw I have a few other tattoos.. and am actually planning one for my 4 boys-- that one will be the ouchie one-- down my spine! I think though I may wait to get my pump first before attempting that one and let the weather get warmer AGAIN so that it will heal easier. I have also thought about getting one on the bottom of my wrist to reflect something like a medic alert bracelet. I thought that would be unique and UNLIKE now I would never forget to put it back on..lol

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