Thursday, July 24, 2014

Game Day!

I'm getting more comfortable about game days.  In the past, I've wanted to know who's coming, and what their t-connection (if any) is.  For this visit, I didn't ask.  When I arrived, I did ask how many

Lull in the "Smallworld" action. 
would be there just because I was curious as to how many games would be playing simultaneously.  It turns out Star was expecting 15.  There were civilian couples, one kid, one baby, another transgirl.
A group of five of us played Smallworld, a strategy game.  A sixth joined us to play Telestrations, which we played so we could sync with another game (King of Tokyo, I think) and then split off for game three (Kingdom Builder, another strategy game; I stayed mostly with the same group as the Smallworld players, although Charity split off to play the other major game).  I like playing games I've never played before, but with strategy games that always puts me at a disadvantage.  I don't play for blood though.

The child among us wanted to play a more party game, so we finished with Say Something.  Like Telestrations, it is a party game.  I had a nice chat with the (9 year old?) girl who was there.

It's always nice to be in a group of non-judgmental people of any age.  I do enjoy this group!

1 comment:

  1. Meg -

    It's great to be accepted, isn't it!!!!

    How many times have you gotten asked about your gender identification, and how do you handle it? I'm open about being TG if asked - and will be relating a story soon about a child asking me if I'm pregnant....



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