Early last year I started up a fun tradition of having breakfast with my grandparents and playing the popular word game with my Grandma a few times a month. At the time I couldn't have predicted how much joy would be taken from these visits, but boy she makes a killer chocolate chip waffle, and is a hoot to compete against in scrabble. These mornings quickly developed into days I looked forward to. After a delicious breakfast, scrabble would follow, fully equipped with moments of unbelievability as she pulls words out of thin air and schools me as I suspiciously open up the dictionary. Of course she's almost always right, the latest one was "dearth". I will learn eventually. After a mid-game snack of something chocolatey & gooey, and a diet pepsi (no diet coke drinkers in this household), we finish our head to head battle. She needs to study her two letter word list. It's her achilles heel. It's almost an unfair advantage for me. To see her reaction to a two letter word play peep the last collage of her. I also was fortunate to capture my Grandpa tucked away in a quiet room, reading his scriptures. Love these moments. Oh, and if any of you play words with friends find me!

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