I say, mark your body permanently, with a massively visible picture, that may
Now, before you get all, "hey, don't you run a professional business that relies on people having faith you are an upstanding citizen" or "tattoos are a permanent reminder of a fleeting desire" on me, I thought about this for almost a year.
I knew I wanted a spoon, to signify Christine Miserandino's Spoon Theory which is the very best way to describe invisible illness to people, and truly encompasses how it feels to have a debilitating illness when I look perfectly fine.
I knew I wanted it to have a butterfly
And since they haven't invented glittery tattoo ink yet, I let my tattoo artist use his imagination and create something unique.
Midlife Crisis: 15
Lyme Disease: 1