Family Game Night

While home on break, I always enjoy getting together with my family.  All my aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents get together for a nice family dinner.  One of my favorite parts of the get together has to be after dinner when we all partake in a family board game.  Over this past break, the game of choice was Pictionary, seeing the different pictures my family tried drawing and their ridiculous guesses was hysterical.  Nothing is better than a little friendly competition between family and friends, well maybe only if you win.


If you enjoy food, games, and good company just as much as I do, then you should definitely come to the Board Game Late Night Breakfast on Thursday, January 20th from 10pm to 12am in Festival.  I personally cannot wait for the life-sized games such as Connect 4 and inflatable Twister.  Hopefully I will be able to get my Monopoly board filled before the end of the night!  And while all this is going on breakfast food will be served, a capella groups will be performing, puzzles will be available, and prizes will be given out and everything’s free!  What could be better!

~Jessica Romeo, Spirit & Traditions



Team Jacob

Jacob Black is surely a fan favorite.  He has it all, from his rugged good looks, to his perfectly chiseled body, to his witty sense of humor.   What’s not to love?

– Edward is cold and pale, but Jacob has the perfect golden complexion and the toasty body temperature to keep you warm on the coldest nights.

– Jacob is also someone who could make you laugh and whom you are guaranteed to have fun with.  Edward is so serious, all he would want to do is protect you from everything and gaze at you in silence.  That’s no fun!

– Edward, come on, can you say “corny”?  Some of those lines he throws out are just a bit overboard.  On the other hand, Jacob has the romantic aspect going on but he doesn’t push it.  He’ll tell you all the cute things you want to hear without over-doing the cheesiness.

Basically Jacob is the perfect package.  He can be your best friend and the perfect boyfriend all at the same time. You know I’ll be on the Jacob side of Grafton at this Sunday’s matinee showing of New Moon.

– Jessica Romeo