Do I have a tattoo breast cancer support?
As a show of support for a family member going through treatment for breast cancer, some members of the family (my wife, daughter and niece) discuss geting a small pink ribbon tattoo as a sign of support. What would you say to me? I have no tattoos at the moment but gave me Komen Breast Cancer Foundation for years, walked / run for the priest several times and have a family cancer history. With genetics as they are, my wife and my daughter Canidate is likely to be affected by breast cancer. My Kinda Girl looked at me when I told him I wanted to participate, as might be little girl. What do you think? Perhaps the right of return of the shoulder?
Bearing in mind that I too .. I do this as a sign of respect, solidarity and support. And since your man probably would be even more mean and represent. You know women for years have tried to find us right along side by side with men that I think would mean a lot for you to get a man. It symbolizes compassion. You should put in the lower forearm or wrist with something like the support and compassion in a very nice handwriting. And if someone asks you about that I'll just tell you why, I am sure you have your reasons for considered first. There should be great, Eith just something easy to miss. If you decide I like to see .. please.
Get Healthy - Pink Ribbon Clinic - October 2009