Palin describes the moment when Track asked if he could get a tattoo. "As his injury healed, he said he wanted to scar the shoulder up some more -- with a tattoo. 'No way,' I said. 'How could you choose something to live with for the rest of your life? You want a tattoo to define you?'" But Track knew his mother well. He got the tattoo without angering her -- by having a Jesus fish inked into his skin. "He knew I couldn't object to that," she writes.