Lovely tattoo and placement!@Sonia_Music:
While I can understand the concerns of regretting the tattoo(s) later, I don't think we should let ourselves be held back by such worries. Usually when people choose to get something engraved onto their bodies for the rest of their lives, they pick motives that means something sagnificant to them and that represent a part of them in that particular time. Surely, there are probably people who do regret it later on, but I choose to look at it differently. The tattoo will be a part of the person and a symbol of the time. I plan to get the Galilean moons tattooed on my wrist and lower part of my arm, because I have always loved and been fascinated by moons, and especially the Galilean moons. My older self might not share my enthusiasm and love for moons, but I don't thinkI will regret it, because the tattoo will, regardless, represent a part of who I am or who I used to be, a part of me that meant a lot one time, and that I will, this way, never forget. If anything of this makes any sense at all? Haha, but then again, people are of mixed opinions on this issue, which is of course perfectly fine. I just wanted to shed some light from my point of view.
Anyway, as I mentioned, I am going to get the Galilean moons done on my (left) wrist/arm. My very first tattoo, however, will most likely be the word "kjærlighet", which is the Norwegian word for "love". (It will be on my right wrist.) I plan to get a little piece of Cohen into that particular tattoo as well. The dot over the "i", I will have the tattoo artist draw the unified heart instead of the regular dot over it, if that makes sense. I will try to sketch it at home myself, because I have another idea for it as well, if it works out. But I will certainly show you a picture of it when I get it done! Hopefully before the year is over, it depends if I'm able to get a summer job or something.