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9 hours ago, Runs4fun said:

My Mom passed away 12/18/18 so to honor her I got this little diddy today on my right calf

 

Done by Guy Jones Lucky Buddah Tattoo Sacramento Ca 

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so very sorry to hear that; it's good to be able to memorialize her in this way.

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15 hours ago, Runs4fun said:

My Mom passed away 12/18/18 so to honor her I got this little diddy today on my right calf

 

Done by Guy Jones Lucky Buddah Tattoo Sacramento Ca 

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R.I.P.

I'm dreading this tattoo when the day comes.

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27 minutes ago, dustybitch said:

R.I.P.

I'm dreading this tattoo when the day comes.

My only regret is waiting til she was gone to get it, she was my biggest cheer leader while I was getting my back done 

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35 minutes ago, Runs4fun said:

My only regret is waiting til she was gone to get it, she was my biggest cheer leader while I was getting my back done 

ya,I got the mom/heart/banner while she was still alive but very sick with cancer,so she saw it and loved it,

I got the RIP & date after she passed of course.

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mine is a bit different, but I got it well after she died. it's a minogame: a Japanese folk turtle with seaweed on its back, surrounded by waves and maple leaves. it represents felicity and longevity, and for me it represents my mother who liked fall and the ocean.

death sucks, death sucks so much, but at least we can get nice tattoos

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Great work everyone.

I'm actually trying to get a memorial piece for my mom and dad, but haven't heard back from my original choice in artists.  It's been 2 weeks since I emailed him (his preferred method of contact) and I'm about to switch to someone else.

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32 minutes ago, JAC1961 said:

Great work everyone.

I'm actually trying to get a memorial piece for my mom and dad, but haven't heard back from my original choice in artists.  It's been 2 weeks since I emailed him (his preferred method of contact) and I'm about to switch to someone else.

might be worth emailing again?

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16 hours ago, JAC1961 said:

Great work everyone.

I'm actually trying to get a memorial piece for my mom and dad, but haven't heard back from my original choice in artists.  It's been 2 weeks since I emailed him (his preferred method of contact) and I'm about to switch to someone else.

 

15 hours ago, JAC1961 said:

I messaged the shop thru FB and got nothing, I may try calling in a day or two.

That is strange, may be go old fashioned and give em a call?

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