B&W Photo Challenge Day 3

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 Tom, from Tom Being Tom to participate in this challenge.  Normally at this point I say “please don’t feel like you have to join the challenge“, but THIS time to peek your interest, and challenge your competitive side,  ( I’m remembering a challenge to right a blog post every day for the month of June) I CHALLENGE you!!

I would add a bad “over the hill joke here” (Tom just turned 50), but I hope I have peeked his interest enough.

So Tom, in the spirit, of Church day, I hope you participate.  I even brought you a beer 😛

  I’m curious to see the world through your lens!!!!!”

11 thoughts on “B&W Photo Challenge Day 3

  1. A keg: the ultimate passenger for the HOV lane.
    Seriously, some people put dummies in the passenger seat and we all know dummies are fun to drink with, but a keg brings its own beer.

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