Sparks flew with this Seattle couple that became board game inventors – Seattle Times
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In this special edition of “Ask Marina,” dating columnist Marina Resto highlights one Seattle couple who found an interesting way to spend their time in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Oct. 7, 2018, Jane and Michael matched on the dating app, Hinge, and had their first date that same day. They exchanged vows this January, just as the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and have spent almost all of their married life on coronavirus lockdown. As many couples have found out, lockdowns strain relationships. Working at home in a shared space and never getting alone time is hard. Jane’s a project manager in tech; Michael’s a former math teacher and now a grad student at the University of Washington. While some of us were making sourdough bread or bingeing Netflix, Jane and Michael were brewing up their own kind of fun: inventing their own board game.
Before getting into board game details, I asked Jane and Michael Cunetta to share their dating story