But I am thinking about getting a new tattoo in Tonga. My grandma doesn’t like my tattoos. When she complained after my last one, I threatened to get her name on my butt.
I currently have three. “Yahweh” on my left forearm, tattooed in Sydney, my home. It represents my faith, as Yahweh is the most high name for God.
A dove on the back of my right calf, which I got in Thailand. It represents new horizons, and the dove is also a visual depiction of the holy spirit. (Matt 3:16, Mark 1:10, Luke 3:22, John 1:32)
My third is on my left ankle. It says “Andrew” and represents my commitment to my husband. I got this one in the Philippines.
I collect tattoos from my travels, to represent different stages and experiences of my life. And because a tattoo is something you are going to have for a long time, I usually think about them for a long time before committing to my ink.
I also get them in discreet places which can be covered up, as tattoos are not everyone’s cup of tea. And I make sure they are small and elegant.
I won’t reveal what this latest tattoo will say or show. But I’m having trouble deciding on placement.
So I need votes.
Should I get photo 1, my wrist? Photo 2, my back? Photo 3, my shoulder? Or photo 4, my foot?
You can see these pictures and more on my pinterest. Just follow the link to the side!