Most of us don’t regularly run except when exercising, but the act of running can add excitement or tension when used in a story. A character could be running to catch a person (friend or foe), animal (lost dog or escaped tiger), or object (blowing envelope, rolling ball, or subway...Read More »
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I bought Forbidden Island a few weeks ago, largely because it was a cooperative board game that can be played solo. I also really appreciated the price (under $20) and the beauty of the game. (The artwork on the island tiles is gorgeous and...Read More »
The tiniest bunny in the world has been hopping around the front yard this afternoon. He’s been wandering all over the place, showing amazing stamina for his size. He’s practically run a bunny marathon at this point. He actually hopped pretty far into the street at one point, but I...Read More »
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