“Enjoyment is an incredible energizer to the human spirit – John C Maxwell”
Life is progressively becoming hectic. It may be due to office workload, lack of time, and our life routines that have made our lives so busy that we do not have time for some activities or outing for a change in our busy schedule.
So nowadays, the corporate offices have developed a trend to celebrate the weekend playing games and conducting some recreational activities in the office. So, Techno Infonet too follows this trend every 2nd and 4th Saturdays wherein we all come together and enjoy all games and activities.
This Saturday, our HR came up with some interesting games which reminded us of our childhood. We played 4 games namely 'the dog and the bone', 'identify the color', 'lock and key', and 'langadi'. These games reminded us of our childhood days, the fun that we had with our friends! It was really fun to watch and play with all office colleagues. The first game was the dog and the bone which goes somehow like this. We were divided into 2 teams, A and B having numbered all of them. When the referee called out a number, both the players from each team runs at the center to pick up the handkerchief. The one who safely reaches back to his/her team becomes the winner. The second game was to identify the color. The catcher speaks out one color and all of the other rushes to identify it. The left out will become the catcher. The third game we played was the lock and key game. The catcher runs to catch the other people and the who is caught becomes freeze by making him/her lock. Meanwhile the other team member comes to unfreeze ie key. During this time the catcher sees him/her moving, that person becomes the catcher. The last and the final game was langadi. The catcher comes hoping on one leg and tries to catch other people. The one is caught becomes the catcher.
Well, it was indeed fun, playing all of those games which we mock upon right now. We captured all the wonderful moments which became our lifelong memory.
“Life is about moments. Create them. Don't wait for them”