The word game is slow; yes. This is why I keep posting responses to my own, previous words, which maybe is not very sportsman-like of me, I ought to confess, really. And yes, the theme of tattoos is popular because the practice is, too, and among Christians it offers a lot of potential for witness designs, imho; so your news about the lady at your local church doesn't surprise me in the least. Blessings.
(Re. new thread: Not sure if you're into Christian hard rock mind.)
Nice that she's had the confidence among you guys in church to take advantage of the tattoo equality that women now enjoy, and use it for witness purposes, anyway. Blessings.
Hi there...PS: this time of the year, though, most people's arms in church are probably covered anyway, not because they don't want their tatts to be visible, particularly, but because of the colder season! so those of your friend haven't probably been a talking point lately, I guess. Blessings.
Well, nowadays 60-70% of parlor clients in North America are women, so your friend has a lot of company. And if she also keeps getting joy from testimony designs, she's indicated her going under the needle is a positive thing, surely. Blessings.
Oh I wasn't asking about the covered part of her anatomy at all. But you said sleeves so having faith based ink on both arms does make sense, yes. (I guess the script might be a general reference to 'accepted in the beloved', I suppose.) Blessings.