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Showing posts with label game. Show all posts
Showing posts with label game. Show all posts

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Musical Monday: Yes

 On those rare moments when I clean my house, I like to turn on the classic rock television station and listen to my favorite old tunes. I recently enjoyed this jewel that I hadn't heard in ages. Although I've been a Chess player since the age of five and am currently a sponsor of the Chess team, I just now made the obvious connection of this song to the game. Interesting what we discover when we actually listen to words.






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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

GBE2: The Truth

When I first met my third graders last week, the four of us played a game to get to know each other. One person states two true facts and a lie. Then everyone has to guess which statement is NOT true.

One darling little boy knew the adorable young girl all too well. After she said she had a cat, he said, "Yep. She does!"

I told him not to answer these out loud or he'd ruin the game for everyone else; so when she said she was a good artist, he smiled from ear to ear and shook his head, "Yes."

Kids can be so truthful, but their truthfulness worked in my favor when someone passed me in the hall and wished me a happy birthday. "How old are you?" The kids asked.

I told them I couldn't say it because it's one of those zero ages, and it's an "F" word.

One little girl said, "I know! You're forty." Got to love her.

Here are my:
 
Two Truths and a Lie

(1) I was born in Memphis.
(2) I have a rare blood type.
(3) I've written five novels.
  
Can you guess the lie?