My wife Erin and I just returned from a lovely 4-day trip to celebrate our anniversary. Our favorite thing to do together is get some peace and quiet to play board games. So in honor of 13 years of marriage, we played 13 board games.
Since the trip leaves me with less time than usual to write, I’ll link you to another, more edifying, post. We did a similar trip to celebrate our 10th anniversary, after which I reflected on what board games taught me about Bible study. The lessons from that post remain just as pertinent to me today. However, I respectfully decline to divulge who won this year’s series.
For those interested in the board gaming hobby, here is what we played:
- The Castles of Burgundy
- Freedom: The Underground Railroad
- Innovation (again)
- Lost Cities
- Lords of Waterdeep (with the Scoundrels of Skullport expansion)
- Love Letter
- A Feast for Odin
- Pandemic (with the State of Emergency expansion)
- Through the Ages
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