Lost Hubby

I lost my Dear Hubby.  I can not find him anywhere.  I looked high and low.  I looked in and out.  But alas, no sweet man to entertain me.  I am sad.

Actually I do know where he is at.  I have lost him to his favorite hobby.  No not watching sports (thank God!).  And he is not hanging with the guys.  You will not find him out hunting, fixing cars or being a lawn gnome.  Instead Dear Hubby is a puzzle fanatic. 

He is in a book of Sudoku or working on the N Y Times cross word.  I lose him to word jumbles and logic puzzles.  So it is no surprise that he latched onto my newest book to come in the mail.  He grabbed 10-Minute Bananagrams before I was able to get my hands on it.  I am suppose to give a review of it.  How it works, if it is hard or easy.....entertaining?  But I can not get it from him.  He has his left arm in a sling since his last heart surgery (to keep him from using it while he heals) and he has hidden the Bananagrams there.  Honestly...he rolls it up with a pen and sticks it in there to carry it around.

So....I can say that for a puzzle nut it must be good.  Dear Hubby works on it during free time at work.  He has it out in the waiting room of the Doctors office.  His bedside lamp is on while he scribbles away.  It must be fun.  It must be challenging.  It must be.....taken from him.....Moooohaaahaaaa!

I have found a solution though.  I can get the Bananagrams game and we can then play together.  Yeah.....puzzles and me....what a combo he will have. Bananagrams is a FAST and FUN word game that requires NO pencil, paper or board.  All you need is a table.  One hand can be played in as little as 5 minutes.  Great family fun as well as being educational!  Bananagrams portability makes it perfect for travel.  Just grab the pouch and go!  Each Bananagrams pouch contains 144 ivory-like letter tiles and instructions.

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided.

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