Day 01 – A picture of yourself with fifteen facts.
Day 02 – A picture of you and the person you have been close with for the longest.
Day 03 – A picture of the cast from your favorite show.
Day 04 – A picture of your night.
Day 05 – A picture of your favorite memory.
Day 06 – A picture of a person you’d love to trade places with for a day.
Day 07 – A picture of your most treasured item.
Day 08 – A picture that makes you laugh.
Day 09 – A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most.
Day 10 – A picture of the person you do the craziest things with.
Day 11 – A picture of something you hate.
Day 12 – A picture of something you love.
Day 13 – A picture of your favorite band or artist.
Day 14 – A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without.
Day 15 – A picture of something you want to do before you die.
Day 16 – A picture of someone who inspires you.
Day 17 – A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently.
Day 18 – A picture of your biggest insecurity.
Social interaction. I might do well in person or on the surface of a social networking site (though I might over-extrovert to compensate for my discomfort). But then I go home and analyze. I ruminate over the words spoken and gestures made. Did I say what I meant? Did I miss any subtle social cues? Did I come across the way I want to be perceived? Did that one frown mean she’s mad at me? What did I do wrong? When my feelings are hurt, do I bring it up, or would I lose the friendship? Am I just overreacting? How can I sleep until this is resolved? I generally am just miffed that people like me at all. And for a long time I thought it had something to do with acting “perfect” around others, but if I misstepped, it was all over, no second chances. I have worked hard to get over myself, but I’ve had a long way to come and a long way still to go. I’m so grateful that I now have several friends with whom I can be myself and spend relaxing, quality time without stressing about losing them forever in a misunderstanding. It’s been a long time coming. But even as I write this post, I’m thinking about whether I want to admit any of this and if I’ll be questioned later or if this insecurity of mine will be running through your mind when we speak next . . . .
Day 19 – A picture of you when you were little.
Day 20 – A picture of somewhere you’d love to travel.
Day 21 – A picture of something you wish you could forget.
Day 22 – A picture of something you wish you were better at.
Day 23 – A picture of your favorite book.
Day 24 – A picture of something you wish you could change.
Day 25 – A picture of your day.
Day 26 – A picture of something that means a lot to you.
Day 27 – A picture of yourself and a family member.
Day 28 – A picture of something you’re afraid of.
Day 29 – A picture that can always make you smile.
Day 30 – A picture of someone you miss.