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I don’t want to be that person that won’t be able to graduate or get a job because I dropped out and I didn’t graduate. When I found out I was pregnant and told my boyfriend he talked me into moving in with him so I said yes.
Now we live together which made me and my mom not talk to each other but she still wants me to move back in.
Tattoos are primitive, private public advertisements of self, secrets kept from the world and hinted at for all to see, signs with significance for the wearer and sometimes the world, all worn to the grave.
That strikes me as more than fandom and something like real art.
Here’s the oxymoron about tattoos: it’s an uber-personal thing that is, in turn, public. (We have hordes of LA Ink shows and its brethren to thank for that). *Michael Bay-esque explosions in the background.* That’s something I’ve learned inside a tattoo shop. And if you’re someone that likes to go on about it “being on you for life,” then, well, pay for some art that’s going to be on you for life then. We don’t know what’s going to work for what location.
What I mean is, your choice of tattoo, be it a skull on fire or a unicorn shitting rainbows, is a form of self-expression. And that personal choice is then on display for the rest of your life. This is the point where people lose their shit about “it being on you for life.” And “I don’t know if I like something enough for it to be on me for, you know, life.” Well, that’s kinda the point. I’ve spent many hours, in fact, inside tattoo shops. It’s disrespectful to the artist and what they do, especially as they have set costs. Shop around for the right artist that is well-versed on the style of tattoo that you want. We don’t know how to operate a tattoo machine that is injecting indelible ink into the skin. The tattoo artist—as long as you’re not in a scratcher shop (Google it)—has done this a ridiculous number of times before.
I am going to have my child and I want to be able to tell him/her I made it through every hard step of the way. I’ve taken care of all my siblings and I just love spending time with kids but there’s something about Special Ed kids that draws me.
I only have my boyfriend and my mother-in-law to inspire me to finish my high school or get my GED. I want to be able to play with them, tell them stories, talk to them, etc. By getting my GED I will be able to tell my child in the future I made it !