Dating photos of moms with tatoos
What does the tattoo say about each of these women.
And more importantly, does it matter why the woman’s tattoo is there (for example, some of these tattoos memorialize loved ones lost)?
Tattoos have really increased in popularity over the last decade or so.
But it seems to me that, even though tattoos are more “mainstream” than they used to be, the act of getting tattoos and body art is still about connecting with a cultural “tribe” or expressing a sense of intention or purpose.
Your tattoo might make a connection to a special person, a spiritual tradition or archetype. Your tattoo might remind you of a loved one who has died, or a place you have visited, or a culture you revere. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions.
At the end of the day, perhaps expressing a sense of purpose and feeling connection to a tribe is what getting a tattoo is all about.
For goodness’ sake, just this week we saw Helen Mirren teaching us how to twerk.
This “Beatnik” eccentricity of so many women our age was highlighted for me a few weeks ago when I organized a “meet-up” in my town for women over 50.