This board is diverse. Americans to South Africans (and yes, we Americans have a few hats on here as well). Drunks to sober... people... sobrieters? Fathers of five to single men and women, and I'm assuming a few virgins as well. Professionals to college freshman (and probably younger). Cooks, nurses, computer geeks, lawyers, soldiers, doctors, architects, escorts, bartenders, waiters, bouncers, students, paper pushers and I'm sure even a Willy Loman or two. We're fetishists, hunters, sports nuts, skiers, writers, travelers, artists, race car drivers, surfers, illegal substance tinkerers, clubbers, readers, social media experts, motorcycle enthusiasts. Everyone is an expert in something. Maybe it's in pet squirrels. Maybe it's in physically restraining drunks. Maybe it's in the quickest way to win any argument. Maybe it's in throwing together a 5-star meal in 30 minutes. Maybe it's in dealing with obese patients on morphine. Maybe it's in driving traffic to a website. While our stories may not be interesting to us, because they are so ordinary, they are not necessarily an every day thing for others. So give us a glimpse into your day. What are you an expert in? The focus, however, is going to be a little different here: Focus: Instead of telling us what you're an expert in, show us. Write a quick story. Just 3-4 paragraphs if you want, longer if you so desire. Make the first sentence or two grab us; make the last sentence make us want to hear more. PM or rep follow-up questions or critique, and maybe the questions will shine light on another area for another story. Alt. Focus: Really show us. Have a few pictures? (Put them in spoiler tags and) post them with a line or two of commentary.