08 March 2017

Board Games Time!



J has given up electronic gadgets for Lent. This is the third year he's doing this.  He loves his games, he loves tinkering on his notebook. I know how 'hard' this is for him. He could easily have given up on something that's easier, but in the spirit of sacrificing something that really counts, he again chose to give up electronics. I couldn't be more proud of him.

Because he's not glued to the screens now, the board games come out. So far, we've played Taboo and Pandemic.  I'm sure the other games will be dusted off and given their turn, too.


Singwa - Wed, 8 Mar 2017

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8 COMMENTS:

Mildred said...

You should be very proud of J! You will share nice times together playing board games!

Tamar SB said...

Way to go Josh!

Anita said...

I'm not familiar with Pandemic. It looks exciting! Enjoy the shared experiences of the season.

Pea bea said...

Two of my three loved playing board games. I'm not familiar with Pandemic, but sharing the board games is fun to watch the kids laugh and play. Mine are all grown now, but as a family when together, we still play games. My daughter, who loved her sweets, would give up anything chocolate or sweets for Lent, and then we'd remember her birthday falls during Lent...but she usually adhered and did good. Your little one sounds like he'll have fun remembering some of his dusty games..:) Kids are so surprising in the way they can make us proud.

Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

Erica Sta said...

I don't know this games. Bunt I know you can be proud of J, I believe it.

likeschocolate said...

Never hear of this game, but I bet my son would love it!

Ramona said...

We like board games too but our favoured game is Rummy. :)

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

Giving up electronic sounds wonderful. We should all play more board games. They are so much fun and you connect with people while playing them. #PhotoFriday

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