My life has changed forever. I will never be the same. I have found WWF.
It’s another WWF.
I have found this WWF!!!
Words With Friends.
I have found Words With Friends even though I call it Friends With Words. Words With Friends sounds like you are having words, like you are annoyed with your friends. Friends With Words sounds like your friends have words and they are going to spell them for you.
My phone is new in the past year but it’s not a smart phone. I don’t want a smart phone. I am addicted enough to my computer, I don’t need to check my email on my phone. Most of my emails are about all the blogs I’m following, some actual correspondence, and my latest thing….Find A Grave, more on that later. Without a smart phone, I don’t have the apps used to play games on my phone. I don’t actually know what an “app” is. It’s short for application, I’m betting. I do know Alec Baldwin got in trouble for playing a game called Words With Friends on his phone when he had been told to turn his phone off on a plane. But I didn’t know what Words With Friends was.
Now. I. Know.
Words With Friends is on Facebook. I’ve never played a Facebook game either. I do play spider solitaire but that’s all. It’s all been such a whirlwind, I can’t even remember how I found it and it was just a couple of days ago. I think it was my Colgate friend Mike who invited me to play. I clicked on the “Accept” link and ….. and …..
Ahhh….Words With Friends!
It’s Scrabble, it’s on Facebook, it’s free.
I think I have four or five games going right now. I have won two games thus far and was pounded into tiny word fragments by Richard in England yesterday. Exciting Friends With Words fact: If you can’t get one of your own Facebook friends to play with you, Words With Friends will find you someone to play with!!!
I thought that with my blogging I had hit the pinnacle of non-productivity at work but I hadn’t. I’m going to be more than that. I CAN be more than that. I WILL be negatively productive now because I have Friends With Words!!!
Now, instead of constantly noting if I have a new mail in my inbox or compulsively checking the stats on my blog; NOW I can compulsively, fretfully, joyfully, desperately check Facebook to see if it’s MY turn!!
Oh how I love thee Friends With Words.