my niece named kiara who is only 6, sadly, is currently dying of leukemia, she needs a heart transplant due to the damage caused by chemotherapy,, i am thinking about getting a tattoo with the orange cancer ribbon, her birthday and the day she was diagnosed and (hopefully this won't be anytime soon but..) the day she dies, the doctors caring for her say she has one month at most without the transplant, and even with it they can't guarantee she will live, as the chemo has also damaged other organs. i am worried about getting the tattoo only because so many people frown upon them at jobs, i think as long as they have meaning they are fine, do you think i should get it?
(btw it will be on my wrist)
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Tattoos that have meaning are nice. It will help preserve a life long memory.
I do have a bit of advise with having numerous ta2's. As you say, they are frowned upon by certain people. A Promise I made to myself is that I would never get one in a place that I can't cover it up. I feel that sometimes they are a negative. An interview for a job is a good example. So I would recommend getting it in a different spot, upper arm or shoulder for example. But it is your choice fir location.
by the way - The wrist is a very sensitive area. It hurts like hell to get one there.0