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A beloved grandfather and veteran could not believe his eyes when his granddaughter showed him her new tattoo – a copy of a thoughtful note he had written to her a decade earlier. Kaylee Deisering, 20, from Moore, Oklahoma, had always wanted her first tattoo to be something meaningful, so she decided to tie it to the most supportive person in her life - her grandfather, Jeff Deisering, 63. Jeff had always been there to babysit Kaylee, help her with her homework, and particularly support her hobbies of singing and acting. On Christmas Eve in 2009, Kaylee was set to perform in a church program, but Jeff was not able to attend. Ahead of the performance, Jeff, an Air Force veteran, penned Kaylee a note that read: “Kaylee, love you. Have a merry Christmas and a great church program. Sing loud. We’re far away, so loud so we can hear. Love papa”. During the performance, Kaylee said she sang so loud that she hoped her grandfather would hear, before going on to keep the note for more than 10 years. On October 23, Kaylee headed to her local tattoo parlor, Kustom Tattoo Club, in Moore, where she finally decided to get a tattoo of the note. Kaylee surprised Jeff by rolling up her sleeve for the big reveal, which took her grandpa by complete surprise.
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