Pamela J. Williams Nope - don't need to permanently mark my body for something I like, support, or want to remember. I change my mind all the time for many things - this is a bad idea for people like me. But to each his/her own.
Elizabeth Brockway Always thought about getting one, just never did. If I do, it'll be a blue dove on my shoulder for my grandparents who come to visit/check up on us as birds from time to time (both deceased), and Brian Boyle aka Iron Hearts initials or signature below that (he's my hero and his book changed my life). I have also toyed with the idea of the Bruins logo on the other if I'm brave enough. But as a poor college student and blood donor it won't happen anytime soon!
Suzanne TourignyOn my right arm. I lost 55 pounds, training with those " nike" shoes... So just to remind me how hard i worked, to get there, and to keep in mind that i have to work hard, everyday, just by looking at it.
Angela WestCamp Susan Curtis is a tuition-free camp for at-risk youth in Maine. I worked there for 8 years and continue to stay involved. The camp flower is the Brown-Eyed Susan, the footprints are a camp symbol (in addition to representing the impact of camp for children and for myself), and the lyric is from a song a friend wrote about camp.