66 thoughts on “What is Your “One Word”?

  1. Wow, ask an easy question, why don’t ya? This is HARD! I like Cass’s answer above. That’s a good one. Maybe I’d like the Infinity symbol…because life contains so much possibility and promise…endless hope. Oh, HOPE is a good word too. This is my answer for now, but I’m going to keep thinking about this one for a while…

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  2. Cass stole my answer. I would totally have Breathe tattooed somewhere. I made a bracelet for myself after my dad died that said that, and silly as it seems, it helped. Never thought of making it permanent, but now I’m thinking…

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  3. About 15 years ago, I got an ivy vine tattooed around my ankle, to signify my idealistic belief in the power of education and my desire to teach. I still like it, but now I’d get something that meant mother.

    Although I think I NEED Cass’ breathe tattoo.

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  4. I would have to say mother. But I have been wanting a tattoo for about a year that says I was born to do this, and then one day I seen a pic of Jenna Jameson and she had that on her back. Gee mom or pornstar? The world shall never know.

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  5. I already have mine, in fact I have quite a few but my most significant to me is the rather large guardian angel that takes up all of my upper back, he is there because I am a survivor and I am certain I couldn’t have made it this far in my life alone.

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  6. I’d go with Balance.

    i’m always struggling to maintain balance in my life, balance of being a woman, a mother, a lover, a daughter. And then also maintaining a balance between manic episodes and depressive episodes. So Balance would be my word

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  7. My initial word was “ooops…”

    But Mrs. Fussypants came up with a great word, so I’m going to have to go with her.

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  8. I’m new to your blog, but I can’t help but to put in my two cents…

    faith

    Because now after having two kids, I realized that having faith in everything that I do is so important because sometimes when I don’t think I can make it, I need to have faith that everything will all work out.

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  9. Just one word OR one picture? I would have to do a tat then with the faces of my children. Because I have one picture with all four of them in it then this would be one.
    If I had to choose a word I would want Mommie.

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  10. I’m still planning on getting my tattoo one day. πŸ˜‰

    It’s a Lotus Flower. Pretty obvious at first (my name)… but it also symbolizes for me beauty in nature, something I’m very fond of.

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  11. One object – a dragonfly. I actually have that tattooed on the inside of my arm – right where it bends at the elbow.

    Senora Patron
    bloghoppin’ and sippin’ on a Friday nite cuz my life is just THAT exciting. ☺

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  12. A heart. To signify those I love and also romance as I’m a romance writer.

    I found your site through the Weekend Blog Hoppers’.

    Fun question, not that I’d ever get a tattoo in real life.

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  13. A picture would be a thorny rose–pretty but with a bite. I don’t know about a word but I really like “Breathe” since so many times I need to stop, breathe and calm myself before I say something that I shouldn’t. πŸ™‚

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  14. So many traits, so few word(s). Does a hyphen count? Rock-On. What about an acronym? WTF. I guess “Lively,” would be mine – as told to me by the fortune cookie fortune I received years ago and still carry in my wallet (“You have a lively family”).

    Yet in truth, mine would have to be, “Doghouse,” as that’s where my wife would summarily banish me to if I EVER came home with a tattoo…

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  15. It would be an image of a butterfly. generic I know, but it’s what I’ve always wanted for a tattoo and it is a wonderful symbol of the transformation of life, physically and spiritually. The one I have picked out is considered a Russian butterfly. not quite sure why. It has sharp edges and still looks soft and feminine.

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  16. Serendipity. it means when you come across something that is completely and utterly fortunate while looking for something else entirely. And, usually, what you find is better than what you were originally looking for. Pretty much,it’s life, summed up in one word.

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  17. I’m only 16 now, but I’ve wanted a tattoo since I was 12, because they are expensive I’m going to ask my parents to pay for one word “unique” on my ankle or hip(help me decide!) for my 18th birthday ^_^
    I think that it would be nice to have a reminder that I’m the one and only)

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