I'm on Facebook all the time, I post a lot of stuff. But I don't repost things because someone says I should. Like those posts that say "If you don't share this, then you don't love Jesus." Jesus and me, we're good. I once participated in the "30 Days of Gratitude" that folks do in November, as a lead-up (and brief postscript) to Thanksgiving - but I'm grateful for those same things today and don't want to repeat myself. I don't share those 20 Questions surveys with items like "Name 3 places you lived", "Ever loved someone so much you cried", and "Paper or Plastic". I don't think anyone wants to know that much about me (and if they did, they're welcome to ask).
Recently, the black & white photo challenge has been making the rounds and my pal Mark tagged me, which meant I was Facebook-obligated to play. This particular one appealed to me, though, and 7 days is just about right for my attention span. These are the rules: "Seven days. Seven B&W photos of my life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone new each day." Normally, I don't tag people in things like this, but I actually have several pals who I thought would like this challenge, too. So I did it! These are my snaps, complete with explanations (i.e., the rest of the story).