Happy Friday everyone!
Parajunkee and Allison Can Read are the two hosts of Feature and Follow. The goal of the Feature and Follow is to meet new bloggers in the world of book blogging and earn some new followers :)
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This Week's Question Is...
If you were to get a tattoo, what would it say or what would the graphic be? Or if you have a tattoo, share a picture and its meaning. Question was asked by Second Run Reviews
I'm going to be quite honest with all of you and admit that I couldn't commit to a tattoo. Even if I could I would probably get something cliche like an infinity sign (no offense to anyone who may have one. I find them to be quite beautiful in their simplicity and meaning). I have several friends who want to get tattoos, and the meanings behind them are all so powerful, but for me I wouldn't remember/cherish/motivate myself by getting a tattoo. I do want to get a Lokai bracelet that has water from the highest elevation and water from the lowest elevation in one bead on each end. They are supposed to symbolize your journey from your lowest points to highest points in your life. I won't get a tattoo, but I do want my cartilage pierced. Now you're sitting there probably going, "Meredith, what's the big deal about that?" If you only knew my parents. *sigh* I love them, but they don't see the need of having another hole in my ear. So, you can only imagine how a tattoo would go over with them.
If you have a tattoo in mind that means a lot to you then go for it. I have heard it hurts A LOT, and in some places it'll stretch and fade. You do you though :)