Solitaire ’til Dawn

December 26, 2008 at 2:25 pm 6 comments

Ok, wasn’t up ’til dawn, more like 10pm, but it IS addictive.

stdxsmall$628 in debt after one day on “rest.”  I combed the web for the best solitaire programs, and Solitaire ’til Dawn is by far the best.  Their version has more choices for your brand of solitaire (I like Klondike STRICT).

Yes, perhaps I’ll be here a while.  Any other favorite kinds of Solitaire to recommend?

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  • 1. Rusharound  |  December 26, 2008 at 3:37 pm

    Solitare? Can’t help you there.

    But if you’re ready for a different kind of fun, download “Crayon” for windows. (It’s free. Lots of fun.)

    Or, if you’re bored, fire up Skype and say hi to me. (Name = Rusharound.)

  • 2. jules  |  December 26, 2008 at 7:11 pm


  • 3. sdh  |  December 26, 2008 at 11:32 pm

    definitely SNOOD.
    i am done with work now and home, not on official “rest” but definitely resting! i’m usually online, we can play scrabble on facebook or find some other games….give a call whenever or find me on ichat or facebook chat…

  • 4. Party  |  December 27, 2008 at 2:05 pm

    There’s online Euchre – I like Spider Solitare.

    Hope we got to everyone and I don’t have unexpected guests at 11:30AM today.

  • 5. Mom  |  December 27, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    You are your mother’s daughter for sure. Solitaire Till Dawn has been the addiction of choice for 10 years. Favorites: Klondike Strick, Spider, and Miss Milligan.

    Don’t forget Sudoku (LA Times is my favorite). Snood is a new time waster, no thanks to Julia.

  • 6. Oceanside Auntie  |  January 15, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    Ok I know I’m kind of slow sending my response, but if you’re searching for some brain fodder that’s not on the computer here are two radio (yes, radio) shows I enjoy (they drive Chris crazy, so not for everyone). 1. Says You. Produced right here in Boston. And, 2. My Word – a British artifact – there’s a panelist named Dilys. Really. You feel like you’re in Cambridge – or a Monty Python skit. Both have teams of very smart people answering word questions and being silly. Both are streamed for convenience.


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