Laura LeGoullon's Interlocking Ls, Americana Anchor, and Audrey Kawasaki-Inspired Sleeve

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Show us your ink! MARKED asks locals of all ages, professions and backgrounds to roll up their sleeves, pant legs, and so much more to reveal their marks. Here are their stories:

Name: Laura LeGoullon
Age: Currently 23 years old; I had tattoos done when I was 17, 19, and 22.

My Sleeve: Is my favorite tattoo and the one that truly represents my life through the artwork of Audrey Kawasaki, one of my favorite painters. I had it done when I was 22.

Tattoos to me are little stories and moments in my life that have had an impact on my life, in one way or another. I'll continue to get them for the rest of my life.

Read more about LeGoullon's marks after the jump ...

My Side Piece: I had done when I was 17, in memory of my father who passed away when I was 11. It is a set of three interlocking Ls -- his initials.

It's located on my right ribs, and my brother has a matching one on his wrist.

My Hip Piece: I got when I was 19. I had an anchor done on my left hip, because I always thought it would be funny to have a classic "mom" tattoo. What better than an Americana anchor?

Next Tattoo? I am not sure what my next tattoo will be, although I have always wanted a Beatles tribute tattoo that includes a flying pig.

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