Many of you know that I lost my wedding ring on the recent Cops for Kids bike ride.
For those of you that did not hear about it, I jumped off a dock and it slipped off in 10 feet of muddy water somewhere near Wynndel. – read about it here – There was no hope of finding it…
Well, since this is the second time I have lost that ring, I decided it was time to do something about it.
My aunt Lucy was in town visiting and came with me for emotional support to the Blue Orchid Tattoo. Turns out I was ok under the expert care of Jessica.
This is my first(and last) tattoo, but it is a symbol of my undying love for my wife, and now is one that I will never lose.
This is also a symbol of me living “my life on my terms.” As cliche as that sounds, it is the theme of my life as I strive to become the best version of myself.
That’s one more thing off the bucket list 🙂
This tattoo is also a small celebration of my first venture as a published author!
Look out for the release of my book later this month: Your Life. Your Terms. The steps ordinary Canadians are taking to improve their lives.
Until next time,