Valor and Villainy: Minions of Mordak is a 1 vs. All fantasy adventure for 2-6 players. The Order without Borders has to race around the board fighting through minions to discover a way to get to Mordak before he becomes unstoppable. Dice chuck with a purpose while your magic friends charge up their spells! 🔥 My only complaint is that we couldn’t buy the game yet. 😐
We hit our goal!! Grateful for believing in #OyeMirchSauces🙏
Thank you so much for helping us get to our goal in 14 days!! I am completely overwhelmed by the remarkable responses we have received so far supporting our campaign! We started with plenty of excitement and optimism (and a bit..well TBH, lots of trepidation). Being our first Kickstarter project, it was really hard to predict how the campaign will fare. However, we intended to put the "best foot forward" in terms of the elements in our control namely - planning, preparation and execution. Thanks to the brilliant teams that we worked with, those three elements were guaranteed! Now it was up to friends, family and prospective backers to assess whether #OyeMirch was backing-worthy!
But you came through for us well within our timeline! We are humbled and would like to thankyou all - friends and family and current backers for believing in #OyeMirch.
Now the relentless march is on towards the stretch goal and execution of #oyemirchsauces :). While this #campaign is nothing like the extra-terrestrial missions 🚀🚀(watched quite a few of those Astronaut movies and a fan of NASA), it feels like we have just "escaped the Earth's gravitational effects on our way to Mars!"" So, it is going to be a long journey but thank you for backing us to this point. Hope to have you ride along with us and spread the word about our #campaign to make us successful as we embark on our stretch goal.
With deep gratitude!🙏🙏
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Games of Taco Fight have a tendency to get a little...fierce.
I wake up every morning and I ask myself, what should I wear today?
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I’ll be sharing updates regularly over the coming weeks as myself and the Picture of a Fish team make progress on the @midtownsocial animated music video - please make sure to go to their #kickstarter to support! As of today it is 9000 of a 25000 goal - this is a truly incredible album and we appreciate all the love and support we get to make this dream a reality! 💕
It's funded! Thanks so much to backers and sharers, you all are the best! There's still about 2 hours left on the School of Witchcraft and Bad Puns, so if you want a pin, reserve yours today!
Day 2: Drum Day 🥁 🙌
We had so much fun tracking drums today. It's the first instrument to be laid down and @joelrond did a super fly job. Also, huge thanks to all the Reuben's (@reuben_harsant & @reubenlarkin ) for being more passionate about drums than anyone I've ever seen and helping in so many ways today. Boy... I forgot how incredible it feels to hear your songs come to life in the hands of skilled and passionate musicians under the wonderful direction of a guy like @birdjonny. We're two days in and the party is just getting started 🎈🎉🙌
Growing up in a small town (Population 241) meant that I knew all of my neighbors, and there was a good chance we were somehow related to one another. My parents were fortunate to have a built-in support network before I was even born. There were two sets of grandparents just down the road, and aunts, uncles and cousins all within a few minutes drive from our home. - I moved away from my hometown shortly after I graduated high school, and to be honest, I didn’t look back. I wanted to live in a city, with people who didn’t know my name and my whole life story. I moved to Madison, Wisconsin where I met and married a man from an equally small town. It wasn’t until my son was born that I realized how important it was for a family to have a support network. Without family or trusted friends nearby, we muddled our way through caring for a baby and working full time. We managed for a while, but it took its toll on both of us. My husband and I divorced when my son was three years old, and I found myself caring for a toddler on my own. I remember feeling like I was on a boat in the middle of the ocean, just trying to keep my son and I afloat. I had to work, but what was I going to do if there was a snow day, or if I got held up late at work? I had never spoken to the other parents at his preschool, and I certainly didn’t feel comfortable asking any of them for a hand if I needed one. - I know I’m not the only parent who has been through this struggle. Now that my son is older, I want to do what I can to help parents who are searching for that support system. That’s why Nurish is so important to me. -Our mission is to help families make those connections and build communities no matter where they live. We want to redefine “community” to fit today’s families. Stick around for more updates and to find out how you can start building a Nurish network where you live. -Jamie Mills, Nurish Social Media Director. #parenting#momlife#mom#kickstartercampaigncomingsoon#families#dad#school#community#app#kickstarter#parents#momblogger#tuesday#snowday#Nurishapp#nurish