Letters - what's not to love?
Okay, so is it an equal sign? You've piqued my interest.
Yes, Sioux, it's an equal sign.
Even I knew it was an equal sign. But then, I'm a mathlete. I will admit that at first glance, I thought it was some kind of military insignia, like bars sewn on the uniform sleeve.
Val, can always count on your to be smart!
Huh. I'd like to hear more about the tattoo. My son has no tats, but both of my girls have multiple tattoos. Gak. In a weak moment I promised to get one with the two of them if I ever sell a manuscript. It gives new meaning to the term "getting published." Ha.
Not sure what to say about the tattoo, other than they are firm believers in equal rights for all (especially women!). Funny, my son has no tats either. Both girls have more than that one. And boy, you are brave... hope that doesn't stop you from trying to get published, because it sure would me!
At first I thought, the words are missing from the boxes! Then I got it. Duh! My daughter has 3 tattoos on the small of her back. Son has none. I keep threatening to get a small paw print in honor/memory of all my critters, but thus far have been too chicken to do it.PatCritter Alley
Just like Lisa's kids - my son has no tats, but the girls have more than that equal sign. They wanted me to get a tattoo with them, but I refuse. I hate needles. The paw print sounds like it would be cute though.
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