6.18.2006

A Cry For Help



I can't stop playing this game. Someone needs to take my book away. I need an intervention.

7 comments:

QuillDancer said...

I was flipping through blogs and stopped at your because your intervention post caught my eye. I recently posted a request for intervention as well, although my problem is much less intellectual.

Thanks for the smile.

ASWilliams said...

Can't help you. Between the two of us, I think we have five books lying around the house. Or is it laying? You know, for an "English" person, I never can remember.

juli said...

remember, while all things are permissable - not all things are beneficial. and while you are doing your little puzzle, dbrothers is blogging out of control... this is not what i hoped to see when i arrived at the swiftly tilting planet.

what ever happened to the pac man days?! the good ole days...

worshipful1 said...

HA! Great post! Hope your visit to Dangieland was great!

kate said...

oh jenn swift...i found just thing for you! today i was at sharper image and they have sudoku the board game. it is really cool actually, and maybe if you were making it a group activity, you wouldn't be so much in the bad place. there could be tournaments! i'd think of it more like community building. and who knows, maybe with all that pattern and math thinking, you would crack the code to your neighbor's wireless.

kate chinlund said...

I have to admit, I have already purchased and completely finished 3 sudoku books. I also have 3 handheld electronic sudoku games (all gifts, mind you). It's sick, I know. I got hooked on them in December, and haven't found anything to distract me from them yet! If you'd ever like to borrow one, just let me know :)

kate said...

kate chinlund - way to be an enabler. i am pretty sure neither of us will be invited onto the intervention team.