After tragically losing her dad at the start of the year due to Covid-19, Anna Harp, 28, from Arkansas, along with her sister Abrielle, 21, decided to have their father's last words etched on their skin.
Their dad Rudolph sadly died in January after contracting Covid-19. But before he passed away, he left a handwritten note for his loved ones - something that the girls now take great comfort in.
The note read: "It has been such a good life".
The letter means a huge amount to Anna and Abrielle, with Anna's tattoo inked in the exact same handwriting as her dad's note.
Abrielle meanwhile, had the note turned into a beautiful design on an envelope and surrounded by flowers.
"Whenever we found the note it was just a no brainer," Anna said.
"There's nothing more meaningful than the last words he left us, so we knew he was at peace with the life he had.
"I catch myself staring at it all the time. It means so much to me and is the perfect reminder for me to live my life like my dad did."
Anna went on to explain her dad was the "most selfless person" and always put others before himself.
"He loved life so much and was thankful for every day he was given. My dad was the most selfless person I've ever known. He was constantly putting everyone before himself," she said.
"The note that he wrote was for us to know that he was happy with the life he had been given and was at peace, and it just shows he was thinking about others even in the very last moments of his life."
This is so touching. Our thoughts are with Anna and Abrielle.
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