El Dolmago

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Just popping over to say a quick hello from Toronto - I'm a graduate student doing her PhD in history, married to the lovely forum member @Mark Bee . Both being tattooed has meant we have an arsenal of solely post tattoo/healing bed sheets and spent part of our honeymoon at the opening of the Great Lakes Shop in Chicago.

I got my first tattoo from a street shop called Rocky's in 1990 and my most recent was outlined by Dan Innes at the Pearl Harbor last Saturday!

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Hey! I know you! Welcome to LST!

Hey! I certainly hope so!

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Yay, another couple on LST! My hubster is on here, too.

Thank you! Well I figured I had been reading over his shoulder long enough!

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Welcome!

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Hi back @BrianH nice to see you here!

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Welcome!

Thanks @Graeme ! It's nice to be here.

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Welcome @el domago!!

I <3 you tattooed couples here on LST!

Hello!!! Thanks - this has been an adventure.

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Hello from montreal!

Hello from TO! One if these days it might just be spring!

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Yay! Hello!!!

Yay right back at you - can't wait to meet at the Berks!

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