Apr 162010

Happy Friday Follow, Aloha Friday & are you ready for the… 

The BLOG HOP TAG? (Tune to Ball n’ the Jack)!
 First you put your two fingers close up tight
Then you hit the link on da left, & then the one on da right,
Search around the blogs & all in sight, &
then you hop around and hop around half the night.
Spread your lovin’ comments in CyberSpace
Then you do the CyberRock with style and grace
Now you follow me, and I follow you back
That’s what I call the

SO ARE YA READY LADIES & GENTS?  Have fun at the new blogs, follow them & always welcome new followers! NOW – Aloha Friday I can’t give you up. I love to see everyone’s question.  Friday Follow who doesn’t love NEW followers, and NEW people to follow.  Friday Follow hosted by some great ladies from One 2 Try, Hearts Make Families and Midday Escapades!  We invite you to join us every Friday to get more blog followers and to follow other interesting blogs.  It is all about sharing and having fun.

If you’d like to participate in Aloha Friday, just post your own question on your blog and leave your link at the very friendly place of Islandlife808.com. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends and find new followers!

My question is:  What was your favorite game as a kid?

Well, if it was an outside game I use to love to do double dutch jump rope (I found a video for you see it in the previous post) or softball (I was a bit of a tomboy), and board games I loved playing a word game called Probe with my Dad and family.  My Dad and I came up with the same word one time.  We laughed for days about that.

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  14 Responses to “HAPPY FRIDAY FOLLOW with a side of ALOHA FRIDAY!”


    I was an 80s child so I loved my Atari! Centipede was my favorite.

    I don’t know if video games count though. I tried to think of a board game or something non-electronic, but I can’t think of anything!


    I think it was hide and seek.. as for the electronic entertainment i loved our Nintendo 64 🙂 yeah, 80 something kid here too:)
    Oh and I’m following you too thanks to Friday Follow:)


    Look at you making the Blog Hop Tag all fun and stuff! 😉 If I could follow you more than once, I would! 😉

    Let’s see – for outside games, us kids used to make up all sorts of fun things to do…like draw chalk roadways on the street out front and ride our bikes as if they were cars. 🙂 We’d also tie our wagons to the back of our bikes and pretend to go camping. For indoor fun, my absolute favorite game was King Oil. Wish I still had that one! 🙂


    Growing up we were big on games – everything from Life to Cribbage.

    I still love all kinds of games.


    I used to love to play Hide ‘n’ Seek and explorers.


    Hop scotch was my favorite outside game. Inside…Parcheesi.


    As a young child, I liked Candyland. I became a big Clue fan later.


    I remember playing a lot of jax and Barbie.

    Have a great day!


    Yes if I could follow you some more I would 🙂

    I loved double dutch jump rope. We call it skipping in my country.

    I played anything outdoor really, cricket, football, races. Oh I loved relay races!

    I was a tomboy. I had nothing to do with dolly and them goo goo things.

    I think my kids are going to be like this 🙂 tom kids. lol


    Any board games when I was growing up. I am also a child of the 80’s & remember the Atari as a big hit with my brother & his friends. Thanks for stopping by Dolly!!!!!


    I guess I loved Operation and Twister was always fun oh and my other one was PERFECTION. Omgosh remember when I used to Play Perfection that was an great Game


    Happy Friday Follow and a side of Aloha Friday! I’ve never heard from Probe before. I used to love playing Life when I was a kid.

    ~ Lynn



    I loved softball too! Fellow tomboy here! Hope you are having a great week-end!


    Thanks for following I’m following back!

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