Saturday, March 1, 2008

Trapped by Jewel Quest2

I haven't written a blog for awhile. Why you ask? Jewel quest 2. I bought the game at Christmas but it sat on the desk . That was a good thing,but I didn't know that then. I started the game and I can't stop playing it . Late into the night and on into the morning I play,stopping only when my eyes are hurting . The day comes and I think about the game ,sneaking in to the computer to play. Poor Maggie, she is put out into the snow. She did bark to go out. There is much house work to do but I prefer the game. The laundry does get done and I do stop to feed Dr John. I keep loosing at the waterfall. I lost today at noon and was upset. Dr John and I decided not to eat lunch but to go out to dinner. We went to Applebees using our Christmas gift card. I had steak and shrimp it was very good. Well I have to go back to the game.


Jill said...

Well, now we know! Well, at least it keeps you home at night...My husband is addicted to PokerStars and gets on the computer almost as soon as he gets home and plays and plays and plays...

The Old Fart said...

Those computer games are addictive. I was addicted to one and once I managed to get all the way through, it must have taken a couple of months, I was disappointed that it was over.

I played it a second time but the same thrill wasn't there. Through re-formatting the computer the game was never reinstalled.

But with the carpel tunnel I can only be on a computer for a short period of time now.

Take care Betty

Blessings to you and Dr John

AtomiK Kitten said...

I love that game, too. Way better than the first one. I need to reinstall it.

Anonymous said...

Mmmmm Applebees steak and shrimp. I had that a few weeks ago!

As long as you and Dr John are eating, have clean clothes, and the dog is getting relieved don't feel too bad. We all get wrapped up in a game at some time or another. Good luck with that waterfall:)

Margaret said...

I've been playing it on with a few other games instead. Smaller game window - but you can earn tokens to enter for cash & prizes.

That I once thought was just a joke until I won $2700 playing Pogo's Bingo three weeks ago.

I also won $50 in a Pogo drawing a few years back. The only problem is they charge an $11.95 bank transfer fee.

I figure, if I'm going to be addicted might as well play for money without any expense from me. Except time - time I'd be wasting addicted to a game.

Lori's Minute said...

Your son does the same thing!