Hey there Marty.
I’ve been exploring some lately and would like to toss the ball to you on a few.
Check out Rollick! Teams work together with the 750 clues. It’s fast paced and can be learned in 3 minutes. It takes about 30 minutes for each game and everyone from teens on can play. It’s always a hit with folks.
Apples to Apples has been…[Read more]
ok, since we can mention some ideas we got from Rosy’s books here’s an oldie but goodie.
When the kids and grandkids came over for dinner we played this video for them and everyone was jumping and laughing and even skipping they were so excited. and of course lots of hugs.
We are retired and this is a Christmas gift that will give joy every…[Read more]
How many are fighting against the Windows 10 forcing it’s way onto you and your computers? Raise your hand.
Kim Komando, the “tech goddess” is ripe with lots of info and problem solving for your computers, cell phones, which gifts to buy for your kids and just about everything tech you can think of. She’s on the radio every week and worth…[Read more]
Having cats and dogs it seems like a more homey home life with them around. It also keeps me on my balance watching out none are under foot. Good for the noggin.
Hey, Rosy, I wanted to add my 2 cents to your Blog on the Coffee but it’s not being cooperative. Having problems on private conversations, too. Want me to check it out? Email me.
Keep on Truckin’
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Open to Jazz on Fridays &am…[Read more]
I like the private conversations here but it’s fun to post here, too! How are your cats doing? Cats seem to be more fragile when we rescue them. We just bought some special soft pet beds for them and we moved them by us in the family room by the fireplace.
They all love them. And so do our kids! 😉
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Yes, Rosy, now you have our family calling our pets babies. ;-o lol
We broke down and all went to the pound last week and, thanks to your preview of Book 2, we decided to start out the New Year with a new family member.
We are thinking of taking your info in the Party section, how to pick who goes first so everyone is happy, to decide upon…[Read more]
We followed the superb advice about those huge boxes for the grandkids. We had to go to several big box stores with no luck. Funny, we went to the small independent store and got a couple and they even gave us the right tape to use.
They have been working on their playhouse since Christmas. In fact, it’s looking like they are getting more…[Read more]
I can well relate since I was in my 20s on my first trip. We went after a ball game so I’m sure the beer was a factor in it being a more fun day!
Still it is a great place and better then. He and his team were exceptionally bright and creative.
Rosy’s books will help inspire and motivate these skills from others again.
We blended Christmas and the holidays with a vacation and when he told me he’s never been to Disneyland I practically dropped!
We also decided to add it to visiting our relatives in the area and stayed with them. I can’t believe how much the prices have gone up and not impressed with the people working there now. Everything is difference but,…[Read more]
It was grand having the extended family come over for the holidays. Some drove across 3 states in pretty bad weather to get here and we went down to the big box stores and sports stores to get fold out canvas beds for a couple.
We set up a tent in the family room and threw some blankets and pillows down for the kids and you could hear them…[Read more]
and it was a lot less work making and cleaning up. And cheaper! We also made it a potluck type this year so people took their own dishes, casserole bowls and we got the extra chips and dips, which were soon consumed I admit by today.
Guess it’s gym time. Still guess ate 10,000 calories in 2 days.
Wishing everybody a good 2018!
At least I know I’m not the only one who is a last minute shopper. LOL
We can’t leave it to the schools to teach our kids, I say, so Travel the World (leave it to me) is now hiding in the closet for wrapping later on.
BrainBox for 8 year olds and also develops those cognitive skills. And, Rosy was right on point about kids mostly whine when…[Read more]
Guess you guys got me started. Me and my fam like Murder Mystery Mansion it’s like Clue so don’t need to explain it y’all just grab your cards and play.
We also like Monopoly World when it’s cold outside and we’re toasting my the fireplace for the day.
Anyone like Card games? Curses! is a cool and crazy fast game.
I still got Christmas…[Read more]
Game for Fame will have everybody ROFLOL It’s Easy and ages from 8 to 800 (we can wish, can’t we?) can play.
As all who know my, I don’t want Fame, just Fortune (to help all the animals and children, schtick, I do Love giggling games.
Get into Teams. Choose your Money Maker card. And Get Ready for all the comical, wacky and laughable…[Read more]
Oh yeah and for us Baseball junkies who want to help show our kids the game there’s Perfect Pitch Tabletop Baseball that our little guy can hit Singles, Doubles and Home Runs with a bat and use strategy and keep score.
They got me to try out some of these new board games but I had to pass on the ship one was taking too much time to learn and wasn’t the fun type we grew up with so we went shopping and found a few that brought joy to all.
Word on the Street, using play tiles for words and other players can steal your letters
Sort it Out, is like an easier…[Read more]
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