B&W Challenge Day 2

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The Rules: A black and white photo every day for seven days that says something about your life. No pictures of people, no explanation of the photo, and invite someone new to play along.

Yesterday I invited Bojana to participate, but in my haste did not provide the proper introduction. All you need to know about B, besides the fact she is a wonderful writer and has written about a variety of topics, is that she survived the war-torn Bosina-Kosovo nightmare of the 1990’s and emerged with her sanity intact. She has written extensively on the experience in Morality Park, and it is a gripping tale of man’s inhumanity and resilience. A must read. She also pens a blog call Bojana’s Coffee and Confessions To Go. I don’t know if B will play in the sandbox, but I’m anxious to see what she comes up with, given it’s only pictures.

Today’s victim is Superman aka Billy Mac. How do I begin to describe Superman? Funny, brutally honest, eloquent, resilient, and a hell of a writer who is a tad too hard on himself.  Billy’s blog, Superman Can’t Find a Phone Booth,  is like Forrest Gump’s box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get, but it will be a tasty morsel. Find out for yourself.

By the way, I am trying hard not to invite a person who has already been tabbed by someone else who is enjoying this challenge, but I am late to the game, and can’t promise that won’t happen.

Author: Steve Markesich

I am loving husband, a doting father, a Red Sox fanatic, an aspiring novelist and MS advocate

17 thoughts on “B&W Challenge Day 2”

        1. I knew there was a reason I liked you.

          I still go to about five games a year. Been to four already, one in which they beat the Yankees on a cold, wet April night. I have tickets to two more games, both against the Yankees, one of which is during the last weekend of the regular season, which could be wild given the race this year.

          Every time I travel to a major league city I make a point of catching a game if the team is in town. Besides NY and Boston, I’ve seen games in Baltimore, St Louis, Pittsburgh, Seattle, San Fransisco, Anaheim, Kansas City and Chicago. Hope to hit a few more before I’m done. Fenway is still the best, but I’m prejudiced. The parks in Pittsburgh, San Fransisco and Baltimore are gems. So is Wrigley Field

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