I think that tattoos sort of tell a story of your life...I do think there is also something to be said about professionalism with tattoos.
“She lives in a fairy tale somewhere too far for us to find”. That’s the opening lyrics to my favorite song: “Brick By Boring Brick” by Paramore.
A lot of the tattoos I want to get are involved in music. I wanted to do music [at Cedarville], but I don’t read music at all - I do everything by ear. And that doesn’t help when you’re graded on how you read music.
I requested to be stationed in Japan [with the Marines]...I loved the element of culture that I saw. I wanted to experience it for myself; I thought it would be fun, and it was. I would go back [to Japan], in a heartbeat. I would live there.
Jason was diagnosed the summer before our senior year of high school. He was 17. It was four months.
The a is in brackets, because, if you take out the a, the rest of the words spell “revel”. To revel is to understand, to dwell, on something. Surround yourself with it. That’s the goal of our lives - to dwell on the things of our faith. Whether it be... [Continue reading]
I have spent about a month chatting with a variety of students with tattoos on campus. In the next couple of days, I will be sharing their stories here...
"The past couple of weeks have been pretty overwhelming. It's not so much that I've had a lot going on in life (especially since quitting the worse of my two summer jobs). But there's definitely been plenty going on in my head..."
"This car is one panic stop away from the brakes hitting the floor."
Anxiety isn't always "panic attacks". Anxiety is sitting upright at your desk with a smile on your face...while a barrage of random thoughts rage so violently in your head that your ears are literally buzzing. It's sitting at that same desk, working feverishly to note every word the professor says...not because you care that much, … Continue reading Anxiety Is…