Make Room For Many

I grew up in a competitive family. But a sneaky kind of competitive. We were all so nice about it, but really, we all wanted to win. Especially me and my brothers and my Dad. My mom and sister openly refused to play certain card games with us, especially when my Grandpa on my Dad's side came to town.

We grew up playing every card and board game imaginable. From Whist to Hearts to Spades to our continued favorite Cribbage, there was always a game going on. Scrabble and Apples to Apples and Ticket to Ride and eventually Hand and Foot, probably now our most played game in family history.

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