At the end of the day I personally would have a design made of what you are thinking of getting and then look at it for a month or so if you still really love it than go for it. At least thats how I have gone about my tattoo's and as long as it isn't a negative tattoo who cares what other think as long as you are happy with it.
Sounds like the making of a perfect tattoo. A part of you that will never change. And the opportunity to document your excitement permanently.
As someone with very few living relatives, the opportunity to learn of my family history would be a cherished experience.
The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
Ive been think of doing the same thing for a few years, just haven't found the right artest yet....
Chewie's the man.
Well, I'm gonna start giving this some real thought, and see what I can come up with. Probably not something I want to jump in to, I've seen too many ugly pieces for that. Thanks guys!
This is our Scottish clan crest with the motto nil desperandum ( means never despair) as seen on my fathers arm. I have it on my shoulder blade, my uncle and grandad have it too.
history is full of spilled blood and stories swept under the carpet. If we are ashamed of our past why acknowledge it.
Do what makes you and your wife happy, in the end that is all that matters.
Well many Tattoo's are a tribal thing.Plus Scot's being a seafairing sort ended up in New Zeland and Hawaii were Tattoo's are rampant.
Scotchef when I was a kid.Many extended family of Sinclair clan lived around the same area & families pooled their resourses.Most was Fishing,farming,boatbuilding.Lots of animals.We would have clan reunions every year with great spreads of food.
Scots certainly have a large per capa hold on original inventions.No chance of world domination. Actually our American culture is getting more chop suey mixed races poi dogs kids true in my extended family.It's all good
Heard recently they found 300,000 year old remains there...
Keep your love outta my sauce.