Wise and Otherwise
I had a great time last night over at Katherine's
house. A group of us has been meeting for a while now to pray for each other, discuss C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity
, and...play games!
So last night we played Wise and Otherwise
, where you are given part of an obscure saying (the sayings come from all over the world) and you have to make up the rest of it.
You try to get people to beleive that your saying is the authentic one. I ended up doing pretty well, though I think Katherine won. I'm not sure what I liked better, making up the sayings or reading what other people came up with.
Now I'm thinking this would be the spot to include some of the stuff we came up with, but I can't remember any of it right now. So I'm going to steal the example from Amazon:
Saying (Chinese): "Don't add salt to a boatload of salt fish."
and you would just hear "Don't add salt..."
so you might come up with something like "Don't add salt to cherry cheesecake" or
"Don't add salt to the ocean" or something like that.
I'll probably pick up this game for our collection. I would love to hear what Erick could come up with.