What I learned from the birth of my first tattoo
In March, I met a woman named Kim, who is a lifelong tattoo artist and who’s been tattooing for nearly two decades.
I’d never met her, and I didn’t know anyone who was, but we ended up chatting and she introduced me to her parents, who were also tattoo artists and she got me a tattoo.
After two months, Kim was tattooing and doing tattoos for her friends.
By the time she left, I’d already gotten two tattoos.
The first was of a picture of my mom, the other of my sister, and Kim said that she had a birthday tattoo in March and was about to get a second one in April.
When I asked if she’d tattooed any other people, she said no.
I asked her why and she said, “I was a little worried about being able to give you my permission.”
She told me that she’d gotten two inkings, but they were both of the same kind and it was important to give permission to whoever you wanted to tattoo.
I told Kim I wanted to do a tattoo of my grandmother and she replied, “No, you don’t.
I got a tattoo on you when I was your age.
I’ll do it when I’m older.”
That was in October.
My mom is a very private person and she never says anything to anyone outside of her family, and the way she looks at things is, You’ve got to get the right kind of tattoo.
She never talks about it, but I can tell you that when she was tattooed, she was very excited.
Kim was a tattoo artist for many years.
In fact, she’s tattooed people like my sister and my grandfather and she has a huge portfolio of artists who are great artists.
She’s also a wonderful tattoo artist, which is one of the reasons why she’s such a successful tattoo artist.
But what I learned when I tattooed Kim, she told me, is that it’s really important to talk to people.
Kim told me she’s gotten permission to tattoo my grandfather because she wants to give him a big, old-fashioned tattoo.
Kim said she wanted a tattoo that says, I love you, and she told my mom she’d get permission if I didn