Amber / PixieDawn77
21 years old
Vegetarian > 7 years
Scarhead ϟ (Ravenclaw)
Straight & Taken ♥
I play video games sometimes
But I prefer reading
I dance in the shower
and live at Disneyland
The Deathly Hallows done on my wrist by Connie at Sacred Eagle, Herkimer NY, USA.
I’ve wanted to get this done for years and I’m so excited to have finally been able to make it happen. Harry Potter was the first novel I’ve ever read, and I’ve loved it since I was six. It’s been such a huge part of my life and has taught me so much that I felt it was only right to get it inked on me. I chose the Hallows because I felt it would best symbolize the series.
I so wish it had been included in the film, because it delved further into Lupin’s psychology and showed his relationship to Harry being much deeper than it was portrayed in the rest of the movies after POA.
I really admire Frank Bryce. He was the man who lived, for decades, as the centre of suspicion and dislike. He was the man who faced Voldemort - who faced the unknown - with his back straight and who was the man, in his final appearance in the peak of Harry’s duel, who encouraged Harry to keep on fighting.
This is a tattoo tribute to my dad that passed away in June this year from lung cancer. This ribbon was an idea that I came up with that was suppose to portray broken glass in the shape of a cancer ribbon.
These books, helped me. They are my security blanket and whenever my life is getting too much or school is stressing me out, I start all over again and lose myself to the places, characters and events that where there when no one else was.
It started as a doodle on the corner of a French participles worksheet, and things kind of just escalated from there. But I couldn’t imagine anything else that has as much meaning, as much comfort, as much inspiration, and as much place on my skin as this tattoo.
Done on my eighteenth birthday by Warren at Painted Lotus Tattoo in Victoria, BC.