Venture to a road less traveled
mysteries wither, then unravel
a fate explained
a purpose gained
amidst the trodden gravel.
© Carolyn Dennis-Willingham
You may have seen my previous post about being locked down with my hubby, daughter, and two grandkids. As I type this, my four-year-old granddaughter is sitting beside me on the desk chair while my two-year-old is blowing the recorder in my left ear – truth.
We are still in the process of making paper mâché easter eggs. Two days ago we made the board game.
Pause from writing – We “had” to watch an episode of Bo on the Go.
Okay, grand babies are taking a walk with mom and dad so I continue.
Where was I? Board game. So I printed off photos of family members, found large piece of cardboard, glue and a left over piece of laminating paper.
If you landed on a person, you had to imitate their action. Unfortunately, some family members were not with us. If we landed on their picture, we would call out their name and say, “HELLO!”
Other spaces include –
Let me know if you make up your own game. I’d love to hear about it and, as always, any other ideas are appreciated!