When my dad passed away, my son made me ask the funeral director to please take a picture of my dad's arm. When my dad was in the Air Force all of his friends were getting their girlfriend's name on their arm, not my dad he said he was getting the names of the two people who would NEVER let him down so his tattoo said MOM AND DAD. My 19 year old son called yesterday to inform me he's getting a tattoo just like PaPAw's this weekend on his arm. I'm glad he loved my dad enough to want one just like him but part of me doesn't want him to do it, I asked him "is this my Mother's Day present? His reply - Mom, i'm putting your name on my arm. I'm not sure how to react, Sad or glad. Hope everyone has a good day!!
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