So if you haven’t noticed the gap in posts this week, here’s the explanation for Monday’s absence: we had snow!! Yep, over here in Washington state, when it snows, it can be a terrible mess! Since there are a lot of hills, a little ice can mean a lot of danger if we aren’t careful. Therefore, we took a snow day.
Our Sales Director snapped a picture of her back deck this morning:
It totally feels like Warnings at Waverly Academy (which I played this last weekend, again). Although, the scene out our office windows switch from WAC’s different days. The snow turns on, then off. It melts, then snows again. It looks wet and empty one hour, then the next hour the world turns white. I find it so amazing how silent it is, yet can be so dangerous. If you don’t pay attention, the snow is like a culprit who sneaks up on you, or commits a crime right in front of your face without a single sound. It forces a detective to be on her guard at all times.
If you don’t hear from us tomorrow, you’ll know why: we we victimized by a silent white culprit.
Which snowy game is your favorite? WAC, TRT, ICE?
Looks like you super sleuths cracked the weekend puzzle! Answer is here: [Unscramble each word: Clue, undercover, listen, picture, resort, innocent, truth. Waverly, alibi, snoop. Secret, Tex, outside, professor, police, Emily, danger. Frank, open, Rentaro. Shorty, unlock, sapphire, poison, Isis, creature, investigate, observe, Uri, Sonny. Crime, arson, research, ghost, Ollie.] After you figured out all of the words, take a look at [the first letter of each word.] You will read [Culprit was stopped for suspicious cargo.] Any idea what this could mean? 😉