Monday, March 26, 2012

Maci's New Tattoo

Maci has a surprising amount of tattoos. She has kept all her tattoos on her back and in places easy to cover. That is going to change soon though, since Maci got the first part of a full sleeve tattoo. 

I have no problem with tattoos, I think if they have meaning then good for you. I do however think that keeping them in places that are easy to cover is important if you want to have a serious career. Unless you are just so amazing that it doesn't matter at all what you look like.

All of Maci's tattoos have meaning but with the announcement of this new sleeve tattoo I'm wondering if our sweet little Maci is going to end up looking like a fully covered in tats biker chick in a few years. 

Maci recently admitted that her parents hate that she is so tatted up but she understands because she would feel the same way if Bentley followed in her footsteps. That has not stopped her from continuing to  cover her body in ink though! 

Here is Maci's newest tattoo and the start of her sleeve:

Not the greatest photo of the tattoo. I honestly can't figure out what it is supposed to be. I'll have to update when I find out. 


  1. I agree with all your points made. I do wish Maci would reveal what the tattoo is. I'm sick of reading through intense arguments of whether this "makes this a bad person" or not, I just want to know what it is.

    1. I don't think her choice in tattoos defines whether or not she is a good person. :/ I do with she would mention what it is supposed to be. It might just be an interesting design. who knows.

  2. For these young ladies, tattoos might seem cool and a bright idea right NOW; however, in the next few years as they some of them seek to be professional working women (by the fact that they are attending college) they will probably regret these tattoo decisions.

    I work in higher education and hear the regrets all the time. In this economic times, companies are looking at EVERYTHING to distinguish and set apart applicants. Like it or not, whether you think it is right or now, they are looking at everything to determine the character of their applicants (e.g. asking for FB account access info).

    The ink is permanent...well, it costs more to get rid of it. This is another example of where there is a lack of appropriate guidance, once again! SMH