How a tattoo with a heart and blood vessel symbolises a change in heart type
A tattoo with two hearts and two blood vessels has changed my life.
When I was eight years old, my family had a dream that I might become a surgeon.
I was so young and inexperienced, but my dad had a keen eye for a career in medicine.
At first, I thought I was a little bit of a wuss.
But I really wanted to be a surgeon and I just felt like I was ready for that.
I would have loved to become a nurse.
After finishing school and completing my first year in medical school, I was told I had an opportunity to become an anesthesiologist.
It was the only option available to me.
Then, I got the news that I was going to get married.
The wedding was the biggest day of my life and the only thing I could think of to do was get married and have children.
As the ceremony was taking place, I just thought, “I can’t wait to be in a wedding dress.”
After the wedding, my husband asked me if I wanted to go out and do a little tattooing.
And I thought, ‘What am I doing here?
I’m not doing a tattoo.
I’m just making a name for myself.
I am a surgeon.’
That was the first time I really felt I could be myself and I had a passion for it.
Since then, I have had more than 200 tattoos and I’m still learning how to do them.
Tattoo heart surgery is a very delicate and challenging process, so it’s very much an ongoing process.
There is a lot of pressure to do the right thing, to make sure the tattoo is as perfect as possible and it is very, very important that the tattoo itself is perfectly natural.
If I’m doing a perfect tattoo, then I have to do it correctly and I have a lot to learn.
I also have to be careful about how it looks.
You can see why a lot tattooing is controversial.
Some people say it’s wrong and they think it will hurt the person.
Others feel it’s a great way to express yourself and make you look a little different.
In terms of the surgery itself, I think it’s more about making sure the person is comfortable with their body, their emotions and their body type.
It’s a very, long process and you’ll need a lot more experience to be successful.
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I’d like to thank all the people who have helped me along the way, including my parents, my siblings and my amazing sister.
Thank you to my amazing husband, my amazing family and my wonderful wife for helping me through my first tattoo.
It has meant so much to me and to my family.
Happy to be doing my tattoo again.
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