Monday, February 22, 2016

Scrabbled' Up

While Dad was on the road, Mom spent a few hours with a friend, and a game of Scrabble erupted. Scrabble rules are loose in our house.  Which is why we have DNA, ATC (air traffic control since Mom was a pilot) and Ho (hey, Mom said that word was just uttered on Law and Order SVU). And when your best friend lives a stone's throw from from Toto, Indiana the word Oz is always allowed.  But this was one of the few games where Mom played and used every single Scrabble tile, so she took a picture.

I think if you look at the titles it's very telling as to what Mom spends her days doing.  But if I could spell out some Scrabble words - they would be a LOT simpler.

Abby Lab

5 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    Really love your version of Scrabble, Abby!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  2. TRUE!! Mom loves scrabble but in her old age she has forgotten how to spell very well. stella rose

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  3. We'd probably just change that from 'a dog' to 'dogs'. Otherwise perfect!

    Here are some words from us....quokka, quoll for the tricky 'q'.

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  4. Oh, I loves that! Ma sucks at scrabble cause she always seems to gets the Q and X!!! BOL!!!
    Hey, Can I eats that bone????
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  5. scrabble time is always special in our house... my dad comes up with words no one ever heard... and then he says it means "hello" in polynesian or something like that... one night it not long enough to get a winner with that endless discussions if the strg we can find on a keyboard is a word or not...

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