(Child) Games

Whatever happened to our games?  Growing up, we seemed to have endless games to play. On the short bus rides home or the long ones for a field trip, waiting in line at the bathrooms in school, and on family road trips, we always had something to talk about, to entertain ourselves, and it required no music, no digital media.  When did all of that change?

I ask this in hopes that, by finding when it changed, I might also discover why it changed, and thereby discover a way to recover the creative delights we once shared all throughout the waiting times of our lives, as well as the regular, quality time spent with family and friends.  I think that might be very good for us nowadays.  🙂



Day 13 of 40
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