BVS Solitaire – Fun and a Discount!

The Tena Hootchie had waaaaaay too much fun playing the BVS Solitaire Collection of 535 games. This means addictive isn’t even the word for it lol. This bounty of just about any and all Solitaire games imaginable (Including more then 100 original games not found anywhere else) is a computer game collection download for Windows/Mac/iOS.

BVS Solitaire Collection – Tri-Peaks Demo

You can choose between different types of solitaire card games with various difficulty levels. All popular classic games are included: FreeCell, Spider Solitaire, Klondike, Accordion, Canfield, Diplomat, Golf, Pyramid, Forty Thieves, Seahaven Towers, Tri Peaks, Tri Towers, and other less known games, but all of them are fun and engaging. (Especially Tri-Peaks – that game is my jam!! – See Video Above)

Far as I’m concerned it’s a steal for $19.95 but if you use the code 2HUMBLEHOOTCHIES you will get 25% Off the BVS Solitaire Collection bringing the price under $15!

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Fun Find – LitterBox Comics!

I’m so sorry I’ve been so quiet over here for so long. I’ll be getting back into the swing of things very soon! I’d like to thank all of you for your patience! Since I’m still in the process of writing and editing things, I thought I’d share this funny find with you in the mean time. If you need a laugh – do not hesitate to head over to https://litterboxcomics.com/ to get your fix of hilarity!

My Husband @mawadu78 actually had
a very similar incident many years ago with @thevirginiaimp

The Imp of the Reverse

Every now and again life comes at us all pretty fast. Luckily for us it brings a good measure of humor along with it.

For example, my husband and my son last week. My son (The Imp) is 16, and like most 16 year-olds, he is ten foot tall and bulletproof. Thanks to a TV show (The Golden Girls) and a short conversation, it comes to our son’s awareness that we have an attic…. an attic he has never been in and the following unfolds –

Son: Can we get into our attic?

Husband: Yes, we can.

Son: How?

Husband: Move the access panel, grab the ladder and climb in.

Son: I want to go in the attic and look around!

Husband: It’s kind of late.

Me: Why don’t you wait until this weekend. That way your dad can bring in the ladder and help you into the attic.

Son: I bet I can do it with a chair!

Me and Husband: *exchange look*

Me: Why don’t we just wait.

Son: Nah, I have enough upper body strength. I can pull myself into that opening… no problem.

Me and Husband: *exchange look number two*

Son: *scurries down the hall wearing a big grin while carrying a dining room chair*

*clink* *rustle rustle* *bump* *grunt* groan*

~~~ Silence ~~~

THUNK WHAM SCRAAAAAPPPPEE

Husband: *is already getting up from the couch*

Son: DAAAAAAAAD!!!

Husband reports the sight of two legs and feet hanging out of the opening in the ceiling, a tipped over step stool that was apparently put on top of the chair for added lift, a wooden shield (we are still uncertain as to its role in this whole fiasco) and the coat rack that has been ripped out of the wall and is lying in a heap on the floor amongst the crumpled jackets… backing out of the attic had not gone as smoothly as getting in it would seem.

The Imp was fine (a little scuffed up but in high spirits). Instead of waiting and going into the attic over the weekend as we suggested, he spent that time learning how to patch drywall.

Never a dull moment. lol

Any of you have some fun child rearing stories to share?

The Satyr (My Husband) by JeCorey Holder Artist Extraordinaire

Warrior II Drone by ScharkSpark

We had entirely too much fun testing out this little pocket drone. Especially my son (The Imp). He had this little gizmo all over the house (yes it is small enough to comfortably fly in the house). The Warrior II comes with easy to read instructions and outside of a few minutes charging time for the battery it is basically ready to go right out of the box – something that is always a plus if you have an impatient crew like mine that loves a new gadget. We’ve flown it several times, both indoors as well as outside, and it performs wonderfully in both arenas. Even if it is a bit windy outside this little Warrior holds its own. Note I said a bit windy... this little drone is not meant to go up against big gusts of wind, if you do that while it is high up in the air you’ll probably lose it.

We got around ten (10) minutes of flight and hover time out of each charge so no issues there. Especially since ScharkSpark offers you a second battery (and extended warranty) for free! My free battery and bonus spare parts arrived within a matter of days after requesting it.

This model drone is small and collapsible. It really lives up to the term “pocket drone” as it fit in my son and husbands pockets easily – I didn’t try it in mine because we all know that the pockets on women’s attire will barely hold a pack of gum *heh heh*.

Anywho, we also loved the fact that you don’t have to be an experienced drone pilot in order to enjoy flying The Warrior II. If you have ever tried piloting a drone or any remote control device like this you probably understand what I mean. There is generally quite the learning curve and there wasn’t much of one with this. Everyone in the house was able to get the hang of operating it within minutes. Also, the lights made flying this at night or in dim areas fun as well. It looked like we had our own little UFO.

When it came to the drones operation, we did notice that it wasn’t able to instantly switch directions. But it did, fly, hover and move with relative ease. It’s flip mode (which we all loved) does work well and almost instantly. We did have to be a patient when switching modes/functions. It took it a couple of seconds to switch gears so to speak.

Overall in our opinion you can’t beat what you are getting for this price! We would highly recommend this drone to anyone.

Pros:

Easy to operate
Travel Ready/Portable
Responsive Controls
Long Flight Time For The Size
Well Lit
Stable

Cons:

Not really a con but the small size of this drone can make it an easy victim to a sudden harsh gust of wind.
We did wish it had a camera but for the size and cost I wouldn’t expect it to come with one.

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Game Night Fun!

The weekend is here and we are ready for it! Nothing like rounding up friends and family for some food and fun! I never tire of playing games and with the variety of available games out there you shouldn’t either. I’ve even found out that there has been a new spin put on some old classics.

Uno now has blank customizable cards (where you write in what you want the player after you to do) and a card that once played causes you to swap hands with another player. (I was not ready to trade in my three cards for fourteen but it happened lol)

I hadn’t played the board game Sorry in eons and after getting a new game around the holidays we noticed that there are some changes to this game as well. You no longer need to pull a 1 or a 2 to get out of start, the slide areas on the board are now color coded with three colors each so you can only slide if your token color is one of the three on the slide bar and you now have three tokens of each color instead of four.

In my world classic playing cards are a must. Gin, rummy, hearts, spades and more can all be played using a regular deck of playing cards. So if having a large array of games sitting around isn’t your thing you can still have quite the variety of games at your fingertips as long as you have cards on hand

When it comes to snacks there isn’t much that my crew won’t eat but Lays Classic Potato Chips are always a crowd pleaser. Plain, dipped, partially crushed lol it doesn’t matter we love these things. Our current thirst quenching favorite would be the flavored waters by Nestle! With orange, grape, lemon, wild berry and more there is definitely something for everyone with this brand.

We haven’t cracked into the Zombie Opoly yet so that one is first in line for this weekend. What games do you all like to play? Have you noticed any changes with old favorites?


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