My daughter loves escape rooms. I get it, a lot of people do. . .
In which I re-evaluate some reckless assumptions.
Can we briefly hit the pause button on political discourse (however noble) and address the abomination that is the game Speak Out? I don't even feel completely comfortable with my mouth splayed wide-open for dental professionals. You bring that same experience to the living room or kitchen table, we're laying the foundation for some serious … Continue reading Speak(ing) Out
My daughter got the game Mouse Trap for Christmas. Watching my kids playing Mouse Trap together, remembering my own childhood playing Mouse Trap, I am overcome with that sweet old, familiar emotion: that I want to take the game Mouse Trap into the wilderness and smash it into dust with a ball ping hammer. Game … Continue reading On Timeless Traditions