It’s Virtually Impossible to Not Have Fun

We recently had a great family night that helped make the distance between us seem insignificant. We scheduled a Zoom call and then used Jackbox.TV to play party games together. It was so much fun, we thought it would be a good suggestion to share with you.

If you’re like us we are missing interacting face-to-face with our friends. Date nights have continued from home, but we can’t get with our friends.

Until now…

Why not plan a Double Date using Zoom? Spend time catching up with your friends first, then move on to playing some of the games Jack Box offers. The cost for Zoom is around $15 per month; and the cost for a game pack on Jack Box is around $30. (There is their original Jackbox Party Pack on sale for $12.49–see below)

Think about it–for the price of one date, you can have lots of fun with friends and/or family members. This is a great way to make special memories while we’re all sheltering in place. Hopefully this season will pass soon, but until then let’s be creative with our time.

What are some creative things you’ve done to keep your regular date night alive?

About Debi Walter

Tom and Debi have been sharing encouragements through their blogs for many years. Marriage, Reading God's Word and documenting family history is our focus. Growing in our relationship with the Lord is primary in all we say, write or do. We are grateful for all who desire to join us in the same endeavors.
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4 Responses to It’s Virtually Impossible to Not Have Fun

  1. There is no chance for date night,
    no time, alas, for games;
    from first light to next first light,
    the routine is the same.
    The dogs need care and feeding,
    the laundry must be done,
    and now I’ve got more bleeding,
    and soon the day will come
    when the work’s beyond me,
    and the load must be full-carried
    by a paragon of decency,
    the woman that I married,
    who on that white day, said, “I’m certain
    that I am up to any burden.”


  2. Scott introduced that to us the last time Dena was here. We all sat around the living room playing drawful. I hadn’t thought about doing it together/not together now. Good idea.


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