The other day I was visiting Metrolina Expo here in Charlotte. If you like old things, it's a great place to walk around and browse. Who knows, you just might leave with a purchase or two. While walking through one of the buildings, I noticed a bunch of old photographs scattered on top of a coffee table. Since I had nowhere urgent to be, I took a seat and started looking through the images. I started thinking of the families and wondering about the back story. Other than the sense of smell, photographs have a special way of bringing us back in time. If you don't believe me, just take a moment to revisit your high school yearbook. Photographs are important because they are historical, stop time, elicit emotion, tell a story and leave a legacy. So, the next time that your home is filled with laughter, pick up a camera for just a moment and capture the moment. Here are three of the images that I discovered on that table. The one that I love most is the image on the right. What would be your caption for that expression (the woman on the left)?