Thursday, March 12, 2009

Pick a Card, Any Card...

All the options look pretty good, don't they? Think I'll enjoy playing this game once Sarah is done with its creation.

The discovery of this craft mid-project is one of many reasons I am thankful this Thursday. Now be sure and go visit Nicole at What a Trip! for other glimpses of gratefulness this morning.


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PS The guesses on Sarah's "Name That Newscaster" contest have been phenomenal! Since he hasn't been identified yet, here's a hint: He's connected with 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Think you know who he might be? Click on the contest post title above and be the first to pinpoint that person!

13 comments:

Bia said...

Can I pick the Bonus Card? With her creative imagination it probably holds all sorts of wonders.

My sons are always making up board games . . . but they involve complicated dice, dragons . . . there's not a smiley face or heart in sight.

Missy said...

What a great thing to be thankful for!!!

Barbara Manatee said...

Cute!! I'll pick the dream card!!

cat said...

She is creating her own game? How cool is that?

Rachael said...

i love that she is making her own game, i'll play!

Debbie said...

I love all games and this one looks great!

Jen B. said...

Looks like it's going to be a wonderful game! I can't wait to see the finished product!

Jules said...

Too cute! Don't you love it when they do neat things like that? I adore it!! It puts a big smile on my face. She did a great job!
By the way, how did she do in her race the other day?

Take care!! ;0)

Nancy said...

I know I've said this before, but your kids rock. Sarah is so creative!!!

I'm with Bia - I want that bonus card :)

Terra said...

YOu have great kids! I love what they (you) do!

Manic Mom said...

How creative! Love the idea, i'm gonna pass it on to my group of munchkins.

Kat said...

So creative to come up with her own game! I'm going for the hope card.

Laura said...

You know those households that don't allow TV so all the kids play instruments, write novels, and build lego sculptures?
Your kids remind me of those kids.
I am alway impressed by their initiative.