New Year's Eve in Maine
Monday, December 31
We did a variety of things on the last day of 2012. One of them was to play this game - a family gift to the Myers from our daughter Deb and her husband, Roy.
It's a memory game made up of fifty lighthouses in the country. That means there are 100 cards. Elizabeth, Cerwin, Diane, Mark, and I played it twice.
It took us forty minutes to play it the first time, so the second time we played we tried to beat that time. However, we got too many interruptions and never got opportunity to beat our record.
After supper, and after everyone was in the house, we played Now-You-Have-It-Now-You-Don't - using numbered cards from a game for our numbers.
We took these items along from Pennsylvania as the game choices.
After playing several hands of Scum (because we needed a game that would keep us awake until midnight) we welcomed the new year by texting many of our family members. Hezekiah went outside and lit a few ground fireworks.
Then we all collapsed into our beds for a good night's sleep.
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