Everyone has thoughts and memories. One of my memories is of my Grandmother, she loved to do crossword puzzles and play Scrabble and many other word games. Whenever she would get a new calendar out would come her dictionary... she would open to random pages, close her eyes, and drop her finger down...the word she found under her finger would then be written down; starting on January first all the way through until December thirty-first, one word for each day of the calendar year...365 words and every 4 years 366. Each day, she would learn the definition and spelling of a new word. When we (my cousins, my sisters, and myself) would visit, she would have us share the adventure of looking up 'The word of the day' that shared our birthday.
I don't do the crosswords but when I get a calender, I get out a dictionary and make a 'Word of the Day' and sometimes play her game with others... Would you care to play?
When is your birthday? Not the year, just the date... (as I remove a pocket planer) Good, we don't share the same date, I already cheated and learned my word... tintinnabulation.
(I flip the pages slowly) You can see that I have written a different word on each day... here is a fun word (as I point to a word and try to pronounce it), and here is an easy one... wish my word was that easy... anyways, here, look up your word on your birthday, but don't tell me what it is. Concentrate on your word... hmmm.. are you familiar with your word or would you like to borrow a dictionary? Picture your word... ahhhh... you have experienced your word, it brings good memories?
Their word gets revealed, not letter by letter, but by describing their thoughts/memories and also using their word in the description.
On the border of our minds lies a place where dreams and reality are one, a world of magic...