I've had several of the little hand held games over the years, but Solitaire is one I've always played, all the time. We actually have three of them, but only like this old one with the big screen and conveniently placed buttons.
Unlike other hand held games, once you start a game, some end right away, some take forever to finish. But a Solitaire game, no matter how many you play, always ends fast, so you can finish up with the paperwork and get out of there.
Although my house is old, built after the war with whatever materials they could get, and nothing is plumb, the ceiling and floors sag, etc. When I redid the bathroom, it was a major challenge to get things level and lined up while still keeping the sagging areas where they needed to sag, hi hi. Else outside the room wouldn't line up with inside the room, hi hi.
I used to renovate older homes, but none that were as crooked and sagging as this one. I wanted to tear it down and rebuild, but when you are near broke, and at the time it wasn't yet our house, you had to work a room at a time, and do the best you could do.
Nevertheless, everyone who saw our bathroom was jealous of the amenities in there. And how carefully laid out everything was for convenience. I even have a switch by the throne to turn on the exhaust fan, should you have forgotten while at the vanity mirrors where the other vent switch is located. I have a 1200 watt heater in the ceiling that blows down to dry your hair and back, and otherwise keep you warm while taking a shower, and drying off.
The vanity has mirrors (medicine cabinets) built in, in front and on both sides, so you can see the back of your head while standing at the mirrors. Women love this. Plus the overhead mirror light and side makeup lights on both sides.
Built in Ironing Board cabinet, vanity, etc. Plus a light that stays on 24/7, about the amount of lumens as a 7 watt nightlight, but is an LED, so only draws 0.04 watts. It's bright enough you don't need to turn on any other lights at 3am when aroused from a deep sleep to go fill the watering hole. And the toilet is a high one so easy to get off of.
And of course, the frau picked out the most expensive of everything, instead of the cheapest like I did when I remodeled houses, hi hi. If you figure in labor costs, the bathroom cost more than I paid for the house. Not counting labor costs, my kitchen remodel cost over 20 grand in materials alone. An insurance appraiser was here and after studying our kitchen, just the kitchen he said would cost 65k to replace if totally gutted by fire.
Ooops gotta run, the frau just pulled in with lunch.