She booked a session with a "really good" tattoo artist in her home state of Georgia, and took a friend along for moral support.
Initially she was delighted with how it looked and it was only when she sent a photo of the tattoo to a friend that the spelling mistake was pointed out.
She said: "I looked at it and I was so disappointed. I called my husband and he giggled a little bit.
"Then I started laughing about it and I've laughed ever since."
Mrs Peterson pointed out the mistake to the tattoo artist responsible but declined his offer to correct it.
Peterson looks at the bright side: her tattoo is certainly unique! Link -via Arbroath
what, photographs, videos, news reports, a t-shirt, weren't enough? she HAD to tat up her wrinkled-up old leathery hide by some art school drop-out felon or wannabe hipster?.. what an idiot - well deserved..