NFR: Lego My Photo

March 13, 2009 at 6:18 am 5 comments

My new favorite blog.

“Is there an ARRRRRRRRRRR?!”

I admit I wasn’t into Barbie when I was a little girl. I love me some Legos. My brother and I use to spend hours in his room building random things (b/c we never liked to follow the instructions that came with the sets). One time it was a little quiet… too quiet…upstairs and my mom found us both asleep on top of a huge sea of legos. When she woke us up we had the imprint of lego blocks on our cheeks. My mom laughed for hours… Ah good times.

Oscar got up today and decided to put on a happy face.

The lego love continues with my 5 year old godson. He is a lego freak. He loves legos esp the HUGE $50-$100 sets that you can build whole scenes and comes with a bazillion parts. (Actually his dad builds it for him and he acts out scenes with the legos.)

“Yarrr! Over.”
“Yarrr! Over.”
“Yarrr? Over.”
“Yarr. Over and out.”

So… if you have a lego freak in your life. Send him or her this blog link for hours of lego nerd entertainment.

Anyone have some uber fun plans this weekend?

All I have on the menu is MIL birthday party and a few baking projects… Obviously I party hard on the weekends. HAHA

Happy Friday the 13th readers. Eek!


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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. L W  |  March 13, 2009 at 7:57 am

    Too funny. Liam love love loves legos. We have those damn pieces everywhere. Happy Friday the 13th back at ya.

  • 2. rainbowbrown  |  March 13, 2009 at 8:00 am

    Okay, since you bring up Legos, I must direct you to a youtube video I love. It’s a lego animation that was made to accompany a song by my very favorite band Ween. You don’t have to like the Ween to appreciate the Lego-awesomeness of the video though. I recommend it. -This weekend? The beginning of spring break. So I don’t know, party hard I suppose.

  • 3. Holly  |  March 13, 2009 at 11:09 am

    I played with Barbies, I’ll admit. I’m not sure if it is what they intended though since my Barbies were always kick butt super spies. What can I say? Those Lego pictures are awesome!

  • 4. zebe912  |  March 13, 2009 at 1:23 pm

    Have you seen the Lego Bible??

  • 5. Sweetcharity  |  March 13, 2009 at 10:58 pm

    So funny! Thanks for this… when I was three I actually had a small piece of lego stuck up my nose for a while… one of the singles. Apparently I had already been to the doctor for something stuck in my nose that month, so my mom felt compelled to see if it would come out on it’s own. It did. I got a piece of lego tattooed on my shoulder to commemorate the event.


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