NQA: Loved your goals and thanks for sharing. We must know: what is your tattoo of? Please tell us it has nothing to do with Lyme
You are both very inspiring!
I definitely wouldn't get anything related to Lyme, at least not directly. I don't want for it to be a part of my life forever, though it might be. People who get the Lyme ribbons or whatever tattooed are cool, but I don't move like that.
I'm big on word tattoos. Petite text. Personal. In my own handwriting. It's my signature: do the work, be the prize. It's got that generic, inspirational quote-sounding ring to it, but it is somewhat original; I stole it from a reddit user about
a year ago. It was very moving for me at the time, and much appreciated submission. I hope he's still benefiting from it as I am. Who knows how I'll feel about
it a few years from now, but I've got this idea that being rash and imperfect at times can be a beneficial part of... the human experience (?). It's part of living.
Here's a picture of it, if you really care. Also, one of me at a shooting range. I'm showing off to you guys, because I haven't told anyone in my circle about
these things, except my S/O. I don't care if they find out, but Outside of the internet, I'm not really a show-and-tell sort of person. I have to be prompted.
The first picture is too big, so it got smushed. Click it, if you wanna see how it actually looks.
I worry about
sharing much photographic evidence of my personal life on the internet, in case someone I know finds out about
my existence here in the future. I'm not ashamed of it, but Lyme's such a tough subject to talk to laypeople about
that I'd rather avoid it, unless absolutely necessary.
We'll just say that's not me, okay? I don't know those people, that is not my arm. I found these pictures on Google.
All my love, guys
Post Edited (NotQuiteAntonio) : 3/13/2017 12:09:27 PM (GMT-6)