I was tagged a few days ago to participate in the black and white photo challenge by Kim author of I Tripped Over a Stone. If you haven’t “met” Kim or visited her website, please do. Kim’s blog is primarily geared toward living with Fibromyalgia, but it’s not only informative about her disease, she offers great advice and support for so many people no matter what they have on their plate. I definitely consider myself blessed to be able to call her my friend.
You know there are always rules to everything in life! The rules for this are straightforward. Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone new each day.
Today I Invite Susan, writer at Stories from the Edge of Blindness. One her about me page, Susan says….
I am a writer, going blind in Los Angeles. This blog is my story of a slow approach to darkness as I traverse through the rubble of urban life. It is what I see in the withering spaces of my remaining vision. It is humor and despair and darkness and light. It is what I witness as the world slowly disappears.
What Susan doesn’t say is that she is an incredible poet, AND has a heart of gold! If you haven’t checked out her blog yet, please do!
Susan, please don’t feel like you have to join the challenge. BUT After rereading the rules… I really do like the part about Seven black and white photos of YOUR LIFE.
I’m curious to see the world through your lens!!!!!