I recently visited the web site of a friend, where I enjoyed her writings about different letters of the alphabet, and was reminded of a game I used to play many years ago – The Alphabet Game. It’s an easy and fun game to play with two or more people…
How To Play
The first person starts the game by saying a word that begins with the letter “A” – such as, Always. The next person restates the word beginning with the letter “A” & adds another word, this time beginning with the letter “B” – such as, Always, Beautiful. Any word can be selected, including names. So, the next person might say – Always, Beautiful, Carla. The words chosen can be completely random, or players may seek to form sentences, as in the following example:
Always Beautiful Carla Delights Every Friend, Granting Herself Inner Joy. Kind, Loving Mother Nurturing Offspring Perpetuates Quality. Reading, She Thoroughly Understands Voluminous Wordsmanship. Xenial Youthful Zeal.
Note: as per my experience, having played this game, one may unexpectedly recall the list of words used, several days later 😂🤪
P.S.: if you visit Carla’s web site, please say “Hello” from Phil. Thanks!
PHOTO CREDIT: a modified version of a photo from unsplash.com.
It’s like I’m outside at a circus, looking through a dirty glass window, watching all the kids having fun inside…
Climbing tall ladders to reach high wires. Pulling a lion’s tail. Stepping on the oversized shoes of clowns.
In time, I turned back to pass between bended fence posts and begin my journey home – 10,000 steps.
© 2021 Phil Perkins
PHOTO CREDIT: this is a modified photo from unsplash.com.
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