A blog about the lives of a classical homeschooling family, in the idyllic Wet Coast, err, West Coast, of British Columbia. Oh, I know, it doesn't ALWAYS rain...it just seems like it.
Hello. I am very happy to find this site. I am liking your Lego designs very much. Your engineerings are very nice. But I am confused. Please tell me, what is the meaning of "chill on the links"? Are you referring to the cold weather you are enjoying while playing with your legos?
Oh Aiko, I am glad you are liking our Lego designs very much, but methinks you might be my errant spouse, chilling in your own peculiar brand of humour. Nevertheless, you are funny person with witty wit. Thank-you for your commenting!
Those are great! I see a future in Lego designing for Max. Love the extra large golf club!
My kids want to know why this isn't a Lego kit:http://tinyurl.com/34635gj
farrar: good question! I am going to show this to my eldest and MAKE him make me one. Do you think David Tennant will magically appear if he does?
One can only dream... But could Lego ever really capture that hair in plastic? There should be a tiny Lego sonic screwdriver as an accessory.
No, I don't think so - I mean, that Flickr Tardis is wonderful but that Doctor looks too much like Elvis for my liking. DT is too skinny for most LEGO bodies!
Oooh, I'd love an Elvis minifig. I think I'll suggest that to Lego for one of their new minifigures series. Maybe it could come with blue suede shoes, a guitar and microphone...or a hound dog - I wonder if they could do swiveling hips on a minifigure??.
Sweet! <3 the golf cart. More more!
oops, that was me
Shaun! And there was me, worrying about what <3 meant and how come I didn't get it....That golf cart is cute, isn't it? He's getting better and better, that kid. All we need to do is get him some thin LEGO so he can make some decent looking golf clubs.
Samantha! You naughty girl. I'm not surprised that you are the ONLY one to comment on the XL golf club. I might have to send Clive over to chastise you.
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