Thursday, August 29, 2013

TATTOO ME!

SO when I am down--It is good to change the subject and give you something of the lightness in my world.  Lightness laced with truth.

Tattoos seem to be the latest and greatest these days.  I am amazed at how many now have those "works of art" on their bodies.  I will repeat my warning--the rising sun could well become the solar eclipse in 30-40 years-so CAREFUL with your placement.  My grands came and spent some time with me today----I bought a package of tats for those little darlings---here is the result after a few hours of fun:















My son in law--Dr Daddy has a wedding ring tattoo.  I have TREMENDOUS respect for this man--knowing he could not wear his ring in sterile environments--He has it permanently etched upon his finger so there is NO DOUBT that he is married.




I must confess that I do have a tat myself.  A few years ago I had my eyeliner permanently applied--which is a tattoo!  Let me just say--needle---eyelid---MANY pricks nerve wracking.  BUT AS I TOLD YOU I HAVE A TATTOO!!!  Glad I had it done---BUT it was tedious to say the least.  The one "Real Tattoo" I have seriously considered getting is this one:
In case you cannot read it--"Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path."
I would SO get that one---BUT I fear that you would never get past my lovely toes---"Poor Toes"---runner's toes to see the artwork on the side of my foot.

The one thing I do want-need-desire is for God's Word to be permanently etched upon my heart.  For every thought and action to be couched by a reference from His book that springs from deep within my being.  Take my heart out Lord---prick away---place your word permanently on and in it--so that ALL  I cross paths with will know of Your Great Glory.


"I have hidden Your word in my heart, that I might not sin against You."
Psalm 119:11 

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