I recently went on a date with a man who talked about getting a tattoo.
“I don’t have any,” he said. “I just haven’t found anything meaningful enough,” he continued.
I nodded, understanding the importance of connecting to a tattoo because of its permanency. At 35 years old, and he at 38, we are past the recklessness of getting inked just for the sake of coolness. Or after one too many Jose Cuervo shots.
“If I do get a tattoo, it will be of a sun,” he suddenly decided. He went on to tell me why. My date has a six-year-old daughter and they have a Beatles song that they always dance to together. It’s called “Here Comes the Sun.”
In that moment, I thought of my own father. Read the rest of the story and about Sujeiry’s date on Babble Relationships!