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It’s time to admit it – I think I might be addicted to Scrabble. When we go on holidays, I’ve been known to play four or five games a day, (prompting some people to wonder why I don’t just stay at home and play in the comfort of my own living room). CIHSYxbWUAAPHnN I fear I might be the first person in the world to wear out a Scrabble set. I’ve had my travel Scrabble for more than twenty years, and it’s had a few repairs. The seams of the letter-bag have been restitched over and over, and the letters on the tiles have been gone over countless times with so-called indelible ink. Recently though, I had to admit that it was time to say goodbye. It’s a long time since that particular set has been manufactured, so I had to buy a ‘vintage’ one online. CIHSYxnWUAA77dN I’ve played with my new Scrabble a few times, and while it’s nice to be able to read the tiles without squinting, part of me misses my old friend. How sad is that????

One thought on “Scrabble

  1. It’s not so bad Judi, I think I over take you with all the writing I do on napkins. 😀

    Every single café I visit for some food, I end up letting my food go cold because I get an idea for the start of a story, and it just flows from there and I need to go and get LOADS of napkins! 😀

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