103-year-Old Muskegon Woman Celebrates Life With First Tattoo
Dorothy Pollock knocked another item off her bucket list -- getting a tattoo of the one thing she loves more than beer and burgers.
Pollock, who celebrated her 103rd birthday on June 16, was locked down in her nursing home due to the novel coronavirus for five months.
So at the first chance to take her out, Dorothy, out of nowhere, says her family, decided she wanted a tattoo. Of a frog.
"It was pretty exciting because years ago my grandson wanted me to get one and I wouldn't do it," Pollack told CNN. "All of a sudden, I decided I would like to have one. And if I could, a frog. Because I like frogs," she laughed.
Ray Reasoner, who works at AWOL Tattoo in Muskegon said Pollock was by far the oldest person he had ever tattooed.
"She took it like a champ. I didn't even see her wince. Maybe she had half a wince once. She was just so excited. It was an amazing experience. If someone over a century old tells you to do something for them you just gotta do it."
Pollock than sped off on the back of a Harley, knocking another item off her bucket list -- her first motorcycle ride.
You go, Dorothy!