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lindsay. linds. 26. female. may 30. blonde. blue eyes. pink. canadian. ♥♥ down with webster. one direction. marianas trench. ♥♥ harry styles. tyler armes. jesse eisenberg. liam payne. ♥♥ veronica mars. pizza. batman. spice world. tattoos. pop music. iphone. musicians.

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    One Direction in Toronto, ON
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My Tattoos

I got my first tattoo on October 19, 2008.
My first tattoo is one that I designed. It's on the bottom of my left wrist. It's a treble clef morphing into a heart at the top. It represents the love I have for music. From grades 5-12, I took several different music classes.

I got my second tattoo on Dec 24, 2008.
My second tattoo which I got 2 months after my first one, was a lot simpler. It was a basic sixteenth note, and it was placed in the same position as the other one, but on my right wrist. I didn't design it. I simply went onto Google and printed off a picture of a sixteenth note.

Starting in grade 5, we had our stereotypical music class, in which we got to torture our parents by learning the Recorder. We learnt basic music theory, how to read music and of course, Hot Cross Buns and Mary Had A Little Lamb on the Recorder. In grade 6, I started playing the Clarinet. Halfway through the semester my teacher approached me and suggested that with my skill I should take up learning the Bass Clarinet. I loved it. Throughout the rest of my years in school I continued with Bass Clarinet. In high school, I ended up joining Repertoire Band and Jazz Band, which helped me with continuing my musical knowledge.

I got my third tattoo on April 9, 2011.
My third tattoo was something I'd been thinking about getting for a while. It's the word smile in simple script. When I went to get this, I initially chickened out (no lie.) I went with my friend who had gone to get one, and when I was sitting waiting for her to get hers done, I decided I didn't want it. When I got home later that night, I wondered why I hadn't gotten it.

Now, don't get me wrong. I have nothing in my life to be sad about. I simply got it as a reminder that I have an amazing life, and even when there is a time when I'm not feeling 100% myself, all I simply need to do is smile.

I got my fourth tattoo on January 29, 2013.
My fourth tattoo is the most meaningful one I have, but in a completely different way. It's a beautiful Ovarian Cancer Ribbon butterfly, with two forget me nots. I did not design this tattoo. I had been searching online for the perfect tattoo, and had seen hundreds. I had been looking for at least a month, until I found this one online. (The original is all different shades of blue -and some pink- as the original designer had Thyroid cancer.) As soon as I found this one, I knew it was the one I wanted, but with different colours).

The Ovarian Cancer ribbon is teal, which was a simple decision for the ribbon in this one. Forget Me Nots symbolize the fact cancer isn't something you can just simply forget. Lastly, the butterfly. Butterflies are a symbol of transformation, or freedom (I chose to do the butterfly purple, mostly because it went well with the teal ribbon. The entire tattoo is a symbol that she is free of the cancer, but can never forget it.

The story behind this one, is that my best friend's mother was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer in late 2012. We both worked together, and were both on the same shift that day. The day started out like any other day. We were working and having fun, and then she got the news. I had gone up to her to show her something. I was looking at the ground, watching my footing as I walked up to her, so I hadn't noticed anything was wrong until I looked up at her, and could tell by her expression. Her mother had cancer. I've known her mother at that point for 22 years, so she was practically like a mother to me as well.

We both broke down in the middle of work, and could not stop crying (even as customer passed us by).
How could she have cancer? Why her?

It's now a year and a half since we found out she was diagnosed, and she is doing great.