Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Word.

57 points
In Scrabble, a simple word, carefully placed, at just the right time, can win the game.

Scrabble and life are not that different really. Sometimes the simplest, clearest words are worth the most. They can mean everything. Margaret Atwood said, "a word after a word after a word is power."

True.

4 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Oh, that nice juicy 8-point J!

Pearson Report said...

Okay, where's the Get Out Of Jail card, hmmm... well, I'm waiting, and not in jail either.
But then, truth is we're all in our own little jails - out on day passes.

I really need sleep - long day, jail would probably work right about now - 3 squares, and steady, albeit unwanted, sex. Man... these long days of sorting papers for the tax man are just not worth it, I think I need to commit a crime... then jail it is for me.

See the great potential of a simple four letter word, worth, apparently, 8 nice juicy points. (I take my reference from Debra, one comment above, like being in the cell above).

Okay... I'm outta here before I wear out my period button with all these ellipsis... hahahahahaha

Angelina Pratt said...

word. Sometimes, tho, it is the silence that is most powerful. Although, when that happens in scrabble, you lose. lol

justsomethoughts... said...

word.
and there's all that keeping score...

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