In May 2010 I began playing Words With Friends – or as I like to call it Words With Nerds. I know it was that month because I posted a blog post about how much I loved playing the game. For such a sporadic blogger I pick odd topics
Two years later, I still love Words With Friends – enough that I am blogging about it again.
I will confess that at times its been a bit of a distraction. At times I’ve been guilty of playing a word or two while stuck in traffic and maybe there have even been times that I’ve not been playing close attention to the conversation because I heard that distinctive bell sound letting me know that it was my turn to play. People say the first step is admitting you have a problem.
I’m not quite ready to take that step – but there are family members that might suggest I at least consider it.
Yesterday my most faithful (and frustrating because she always wins opponent) suggested that I expand my games by using the “invite your Facebook friends” feature. I had no idea how many people that would include so I tried to limit my invites to those who had made a play in the last day.
I can’t think of a single Scriptural reference to connect to WWF – Ecclesiastes 5: 2 would actually suggest that I should “let my words be few” and I will try – but right now I just heard that little bell sound so I need to go…..