Day number seven is, write about what tattoos you have and if they have meaning.
This is pretty easy, I have lots of tattoos, so I'm not stuck for anything to write about, not like yesterday.
I have a spider tattoo on my finger. I quite like spiders. And then going up my arm I have some flowers and fairies and toadstools and leaves, and some more spiders and some ladybirds and a big fat hairy green and black caterpillar that I just love. On my shoulder I have some butterflies. I got this sleeve done (it's not quite finished but we're nearly there!) because I love nature and spiritual things like fairies and unicorns and that.
Also on my arm, among the fairies, I have a Preying Mantis with some Japanese throwing stars, a Venus fly trap, a bat, and a Golden Snitch, because Harry Potter is the best thing ever invented.
I have some more fairies on my back, but these will be covered by something snazzy one day.
I have a beautiful Quentin Blake illustration of Roald Dahl's Matilda on my thigh. It's the one where she's sitting on a pile of books, reading a book.
This means a lot to me. When I was a child, I thought, because I might be magic and because I read all of the time, that I might have powers like Matilda. I never moved anything with my mind though. My daughter reminds me of Matilda a lot, she always has her head stuck in a book.
Roald Dahl is one of my heroes. There is a quote from him about Matilda above the picture of Matilda, that's part of the tattoo as well. I love that tattoo, but only a few people have ever seen it because I really don't love my thighs.
My feet are both tattooed with some pretty things that don't mean anything, I won't put a picture of those up because some people really are funny about feet.
I have some more tattoos that aren't worth mentioning because they're not finished, and I have plans for many more.
Tomorrows challenge might be one of my favourites so far. It's is 'A book you love and one you didn't'. Hmmm... Tune in for that anyway guys, stick with me!