Author has written 3 stories for Pride and Prejudice, Sookie Stackhouse/Southern Vampire Mysteries, and Sherlock.
Hello and welcome!
I'm a 24 years old architecture student that has the illusion of too much time of my hands. I have a talent to procrastinate until the last possible moment. Pride & Prejudice will always hold a special place in my heart.
Cumberbabe. Marvel Addict. Sherlocked.
Unfortunately, Water of Life is on a permanent hiatus at the moment, until I get back in touch with the storyline. It's been too long already. I apologize for that.
Water of life:
The Coy fish: only imagine the fish in color over a dark blue background with the waves a subtle silver. I am a sucker for anything Chris Garver and I'm determined to get a tattoo from him or Ami if I ever get to go to Miami. The image I used for inspiration is in fact a Chris Garver PAINTING, not a tattoo... Now for the painting's meaning, you could google it and see what you find, but there are so many symbols that it gets rather confusing. So I searched in a book about Japanese inspired tattoos and here's what I found:
"Because Koi are said to turn into dragons, for this reason it is often thought of as a symbol of inspiration or a goal in life, with a remarkable display of power and perseverance. The Koi fish as a tattoo is also sometimes taken to mean a close family bond as well as a meaning of courage. For the most part, Koi fish are thought to be good luck charms for their owners or wearers. Koi fish live in the upper level of water and know only about water. They generally have little or no awareness of the world just above and unless something intrudes into their sphere, are not concerned by it. So, the fish is a potent symbol for embodied consciousness."