What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
Mind-stretching brain games and conversation starters. It's the perfect opportunity for sharing stories, building knowledge, strengthening character, and having fun!
I was talking about our cat, Charm, who I have nicknamed the cha-larm clock because she wakes up early and then sets about waking everyone else up as well. I was describing how she was pulling at my hair before I was ready to get out of bed so, "I pulled her under the covers and cuddled with her."
The way I changed my voice when I said cuddled made my listeners smile with understanding. This wasn't the kind of cuddling that takes place when Charm is sleepy and contented. This type of cuddling was more of a velvet-gloved imprisonment.
Comedians often use voice inflection to send humorous messages that go beyond the literal meaning of their words. Take turns making statements that use voice inflection to enhance the meaning of their words.
I love my cats, but they sure can be stubborn.
Read another issue of Table Topics
What if you were King/Queen of the World
Player One starts by asking Player Two to find the difference between two numbers.
Player Two must answer and then pose a new problem for Player Three
Player Three has to know that Player Two was born in 1980 and that she was born in 1999.
Player Four counts 28 peas on his plate and 5 plants on the window sill.
Can you solve this in your head?
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?