Inked Girls: San
Myself in a sentence: Wow, you really can't capture who I am in one sentence I am a different kind of different, I am not everyone's cup of tea!
Occupation: Writer/Wanna be model
Hometown: Fairmont, WV
The design and themes of my tattoos: Most of my tattoos are random and spontaneous. The only one that really has a "theme" so to speak is my "Arm Candy" which is the top part of my sleeve. It is a mix of different wrapped candies, suckers, a candy necklace, cotton candy, a ring pop, and cupcakes. Accompanied with the candy I have specifically colored balloons that represent something special in my life.
More specifics about my tattoo: A lot of my tattoos are memorial tattoos sadly. I have 8 tattoos that are specifically for people I have loved and lost. Other than those I like that they really are just a representation of my bold and bright life.
My favorite tattoo and the story behind it: To narrow down a single tattoo would be impossible, however, the best story is easy. Working at Hooters my co-workers and I needed a night out on the town which of course meant a lot of tequila and some bad choices. We decided to go on a hunt in Jacksonville, NC for a tattoo shop that was open needless to say we found one. The next morning none of us remembered the night or getting tattoos. My roommate walks into my room with a crazy look on her face scratches her head and says, "I have Hello Kitty on my kitty!" That was all she said and she left my room. To this day that is still the best response to tattoo experience ever. Once I went back to work that day I was clued into why I got a shooting star placed right above a special area. They informed guys that, "A wish has come true if they could see my lucky star"
My next tattoo: I am in the process of collaborating with an artist who lives over 2,000 miles away to start my left arm sleeve. The sleeve will consist of 65 personalized roses. Yes 65 of those bad babies. I have Cystic Fibrosis and I am currently awaiting a double lung transplant. 65 Roses is the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's motto.