It’s Game Day With Linda Broday!

 

Are you ready to have some fun? I sure hope so. I like games and used to play a lot more than I do now. Growing up, my family loved the board game Aggravation (also known as Sorry). In fact, we loved it so much my dad made the board out of a piece of plywood and varnished it. I tell you, it was pretty fancy and well used. Uno is another favorite. My husband and I used to love playing backgammon and he was an expert. I really had to work hard to beat him and it didn’t happen very often.

Playing games is so relaxing and it sure is a good way to create unbreakable bonds. So let’s get to it.

Below are two pictures. Write a caption for each. Very simple and there are no bad answers.

Two people will win a $10 gift card and one person will win the first two of my Outlaw Mail Order Brides books (The Outlaw’s Mail Order Bride and Saving the Mail Order Bride.)

Ready, Set, Go!!

 

  

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Here in the Texas Panhandle, we do love our cowboys. There's just something about a man in a Stetson and jeans that makes my heart beat faster. I'm not much of a cook but I love to do genealogy and I'm a bit of a rock hound. I'm also a NY Times & USA Today bestselling author of historical western romance. You can contact me through my website and I'd love to connect with you on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more. HAPPY READING!
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69 thoughts on “It’s Game Day With Linda Broday!”

  1. 1. “Well, looks like I’ll be hauling hay out to them again, this year!”
    2. “Hey, I think I figured out what this button here, does!”

  2. 1. It’s amazing what I do to make sure you guys eat
    2. Rodeo photographers in training
    Have Blessed Day Linda and safe travels

    • Good morning, Miss Glenda! Great to see you. Ha! I can see that little boy saying that! And yes, definitely rodeo photographers in training! You have a blessed day. I’ll be back in Amarillo tomorrow, God willing! 🙂

  3. 1. Howdy Partner, just checking the fence making sure your not causing trouble.
    2. Did you figure it out, we need pictures of those Cowboys over yonder.

  4. I sure do hope you ladies double my hard come spring.

    Have you figured out what this contraption is for, yet?

  5. 1. Well partners its about time I moved these cattle to another pasture.
    2. If we can figure out how these things work we can take some photos.

    Linda we loved playing Aggravation when we were growing up. We would stay up half the night playing that game or Rook. We played Aggravation at one of my younger sisters dinner party just a few months back and I still love to play, it was a fun night.

    • Good morning, Quilt Lady! I’m happy to see you. Great captions. I love it! Wow, another Aggravation player! It is very fun to play. I’ve never laughed so hard. My mom would say all sorts of hilarious things, trying to coax the dice into giving her what she needed to win. Happy memories. You have a blessed day. Love and hugs!

  6. for picture one: One day all this land will be mine, I’m going to sell the best chocolate Milk.

    For Picture two:(in a kids voice) you haf ta open this door here,see and the thingamabob will come out that end..

    • Good morning, Miss Elaine! I’m so happy to see you. You came up with some funny captions. I can definitely see what you’re saying. These kids are so cute. Blessings and love.

  7. 1. Looking good if I don’t say so myself. Some mighty fine eating in time.

    2. Man I think this is the one we need to use for taken pics. Hmmm or maybe this one. Lol

    Bless you this is fun.

  8. Top: Yup, today is a good day and they are looking good.
    Bottom: Cool OLD stuff, how do you think they work?
    I grew up playing games. Mom made sure that all five kids enjoyed playing and having fun in contests. I did the same with our two children. Learning to play and have fun and not feeling like I have to win every time and loosing graciously are two important things that came across playing games. It over flowed into life.

    • Good morning, Miss Lori! I’m so glad you came to play. Love your captions. Kids are hilarious. I agree about the value of playing games and how they prepare you for life. You don’t always win and you have to learn how to lose without losing your temper. That’s very difficult for children. You had a wise mom. I’m glad you took a page from her book with your two. 🙂 Blessings and love.

    • Hi Kim! I’m so happy you came by to play the game. Your first caption is exactly what came to my mind when I saw this picture. So funny. And I can definitely see those two kids asking that about the cameras. Have a blessed day.

  9. 1. I always wanted to be a bullrider, once I figure out the equipment.
    2. Selfies. Exactly what is a selfie?

    Have a great day with your sister. See you tomorrow.

    • Hi, Miss Denise! I can see all those boys saying that. Especially the first one. Love how he has his hands on his hips. Ha! I’m so happy you came over to play. Love you, lady.

  10. 1. Someday I am going to be the biggest and bestest cowboy. Just you wait and see!

    2. What in the heck is this antique device?

  11. 1. I need to go wrangle those cows! 2. Now I can get some great shots!

    I love to play games with my niece and her family when they come over. We had a lot of fun playing Monopoly!

    • Hi Trudy! I’m happy to see you. Great captions! How nice that your family still plays games. It’s hard to get kids interested in this day and age. Monopoly is a fun game. My grandson used to love that game but he’s way too busy now and would rather play video games.

      • I was pleasantly surprised that they liked the board games! Next time they come, I’m going to teach them how to play Rummikube. My great nephew now knows I have Yhatzee, so he my want that, too.

  12. 1.Where are your calves?

    2.What do you think these were used for?

    Monopoly and the Farming Game were very popular at our house with our kids and grandkids. Sometimes they would stay set up and played for days before the game was finished or the players moved on to some other activity. Games don’t have to be labeled educational to teach much more than the game itself.

    • Hi Alice! Thanks for playing my game. I love your captions! 🙂 How interesting about leaving the game up for days until they finished it. We never did ours even though it was very late sometimes when we finished. We definitely did our puzzles though. Working puzzles was so much fun, especially when the whole family was involved. Such a wonderful way to spend time together, something families don’t do anymore. I’m so glad you dropped by.

  13. 1. Wrangler Joe here … “You cows don’t look very happy! You’ll be seeing the bulls next week.”

    2. These two kids will never know what a Kodak moment is.

  14. 1. “Ready or not cows, I’ m coming in to rope you all!” 2. “These watrerguns look like a lot of fun, let’s see where the water goes!”

  15. Cute pictures.

    1. One day this will all be mine, then I’ll round them up and move them out

    2. Mom said there are pictures in here, but I can’t figure how to get them out.

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