I have played Set since July of 1999 when I was introduced to it in a discrete mathematics course at Rutgers University. I played every single day. That's a lot of games. It is the first thing I do when I wake up in the morning. I have learned that a good time for my Set game is a good brain day. A bad time will be a slow brain day. Then I stumbled across the Set Weekly Challenge at Debra's deblog.com. The times of the Set players there astounded me. I wanted so badly to win the badge for a week but it seemed impossible. Until yesterday! My time of 48 seconds beat everybody (and that's saying a lot because I use a laptop with no mouse, I still play it first thing in the morning without caffeine, and my competition have had times as low as 20 seconds).
I can only claim this award until next Saturday night when another player will walk off with it. I wish I could keep it in my sidebar and list the dates that I won (there may be more!). But alas, I can't. So stop by deblog — Debra is an amazing woman involved with TwitterLit, KidderLit, and BAFAB.
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