Apparently your not alone in your thoughts BayouBecky. My dear friend and fellow websluther, DesignLove mentioned that she was considering getting a small memorial tat as well. At first I thought it was a silly idea beings that we didn't personally know Mickey, but as she explained all of the ways her life has been affected by this whole situation, what the tat would represent suddenly made sense. It represents a loss of innocence in the streets we walk and drive everyday. It represents our culture as Cajuns to stick together and lift each other up in the tough times and to dance, laugh, and celebrate the good times like they are our last. I can't remember who said it, but I recall someone saying "let's bring our girl home." I think that sentiment speaks volumes about our community and culture. Personally, Miss Mickey and her beautiful family has taught me that stepping away from the phone or computer just to give my son a hug or a kiss is absolutely necessary, as is always telling him how much I love him. They have taught me to appreciate every moment because we are not guaranteed another one. So yeah, if a tat would remind you of this and Mighty Mickey everytime you saw it, I can totally relate.