Happy Friday! + A V-Day Giveaway!

UPDATE (2/8/2019):  AND THE WINNER IS… Onyx Pastor! Thank you to everybody who participated in this giveaway! I’ve recently announced another giveaway here. Check it out!

 

Happy Friday! Its February 1st and Valentine’s Day is just a couple of weeks away…while this day is widely considered to be a celebration of romantic love, I’ve always taken joy in sharing my love with all the people around me for whom I care. And that’s you! I’d like to share the love (and some chocolate!), so I’m giving away a copy of Catan – Chocolate Edition to one random winner.

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For a chance to win simply do any one (or all!) of the following:

  1. “Like” Settler of Catan Mayor of Machi Koro on Facebook
  2. Follow Settler of Catan Mayor of Machi Koro on Twitter and Instagram

AND tag a friend or partner with whom you’d eat play Catan – Chocolate Edition!

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Introducing EveryBODY Games: Accessibility Reviews

Hey hey, Sarah Trager here. I am an individual – just like you, just like everybody. As individuals we have so very many things that make up who we are. I am an American, a woman, a wife, a gamer…none of things singularly make up who I am but I wouldn’t be who I am without each one. One of the things I am is disabled. I am missing most of my fingers and both of my legs. I wear prosthetics. I have faced so many challenges because of my disability…from a very young age I had to learn to how to do things differently. I am so blessed to have people in my life who helped me figure out how to do things the way I could; my dad patiently taught me how to do things like feed myself and tie my shoes, inventing things to lend extra help when I needed it (like special utensils and a modified baseball glove) and my mom helped me figure out ways to deal with things I couldn’t do in a “normal” way, like using a button-holer to button my clothing and a shoe horn to get my shoes on. Sometimes I needed something special to make it work, other times I just had to find my way to do it.

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