I’ve been playing Hand and Foot for several years now with one of my dearest friends. Over the years, we have had different playing partners, but now her daughters play with us. As much as I enjoy the game, it’s the time spent with my “adopted” family that makes each get together special. Sometimes it’s just the four of us, but most of the time there will be some grandkids roaming around being rambunctious in the house or watching and listening as we play.The conversation, the stories, the laughter, and the outburst of song as we sing along to the music on Pandora are the sounds that fill the room. Often you here, “Whose turn is it?” and we always know.