We all play Wii

January 14, 2009 at 6:26 pm Leave a comment

From the first moment I held a Wii controller in my hand last September, I knew this was the video game system I wanted to own.  Now that I have one in my hot little hands, I’m not disappointed.  As recent empty-nesters, my husband and I have settled into evenings with him on the desktop computer playing games and me on my laptop, also playing my own games.  We seldom spoke nor moved more than our mousing hands.  Enter the Wii – – Last night I started playing suffleboard by myself, but soon my beloved was peering over at the television screen.  Within twenty minutes he was at my side, asking if he could play too.  Ten minutes later, he was beating all my scores!  We actually moved around and talked and interacted with each other – WOW!!  At the end of the hour, he asked about bowling a bit.  Rather than rush things, I suggested we make a date for this weekend.  By that time, I may find my old bowling shoes and really make it special.  Romance blooms in Wii land.


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