So this weekend was International Table Top Day; a day of table top gaming around the world. Things where buzzing on all social media fronts, forums, FB, Twitter etc. In South Africa it happened to fall on a long weekend which meant even more time for games!
Its spring time and that means braai time! I did not post last Friday because I was supposed to have posted on Saturday, but things got out of hand… here’s what went down.
So Mother’s day has come and gone. Happy belated Mother’s Day to any mummies reading this 😉 It was a day well spent in my home; full of family, food and of course, board games.
… not only because there’s a lot of public holidays but being Catholic it’s a really special time of year for me. We also have a lot of family time. That means catching up, doing things we have missed out on and also time for games.
24 September is Heritage Day in South Africa; it’s also Nation Braai Day. A braai is the South African term from a BBQ. It really is something of a tradition and is done across all of our diverse cultures. Being a public holiday it’s also a nice time to play some board games. Some stores even host games days on the public holiday, I decided to stay home and play some games with the family.