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April 20, 2004

Remember this silly game?

Did you ever play the silly Mansion-Apartment-Shack-House game when you were a kid? One of our unofficial rules was you had to inlude at least one "bad" option in each category.
My "future":

In a house in Scotland
Married to John
With four kids
Working as a trash collector
Driving a white volvo station wagon!

Okay, so I weighted the game to marry John. *grin* And I really did learn to drive in a white volvo!

(Via Maricar)


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I do remember that game, now that you list an example and all. I think we would play it with those folded up paper contraptions, though I may be mixing two games up. Rare memories, those- being "one of the girls". Rare, but nice!

Posted by: lenise at April 20, 2004 02:46 AM

Oh that was fun! I will be living in Hawaii, dancing with my nine kids and driving around in a bmw. I picked boys I knew from high school...since this is a teeny-bopper game...and I got a very nice boy!
I had my daughter come down to play and she will be driving a pink bus :o)

Posted by: Donna Boucher at April 20, 2004 03:37 AM

Dear TulipGirl,

I'm trying to make contact with and congratulate Elena, the photogralher who rode Chernobyl with her Kawasaky, but I haven't found her e-mail address yet.

Do you have her e-mail address os any link I could post that for her?

Thanks in advance,

Marcos Baldin
m.baldin@brfree.com.br

Posted by: Marcos Baldin at April 20, 2004 04:21 PM

I'm sorry, Marcos, I only know about her via the Internet. And I don't have a phone book to try to look up her number.

However, I'll ask around, and I if I come across anything, I'll e-mail you.

You may try emailing the Kyiv Post: www.kyivpost.com

Posted by: TulipGirl at April 24, 2004 04:03 AM


 
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