Monday, 19 April 2010

100 of 365


Day 100 already!! And of course, because I'm posting these photos so far behind, it'll actually be Day 109 by the time this post publishes....

Anyway, on April 10th we took a trip to Legoland :-) I took - one or two photos (ahem...) and had a hard time choosing which one to use as my pic of the day, but in the end I went for shelves in the Lego shop. The Children had a whale of a time!

I'd been babysitting for a friend the night before and didn't get home till nearly 1am, so I was pretty tired - I took a flask of coffee along to keep me going, so here's something I drank on that day:

9 comments:

helena said...

one of the things I miss now that my nephews are grown up is being to 'help' put together lego models - loved it as a kid too when a slanted roof piece was a novelty!

Sian said...

I love Helena's comment..those were the days! Flask coffee? I can almost taste it as I look at your photo.

Amy said...

We are right in the thick of things as far as lego is concerned, always tripping over some, sweeping it up, pulling it out from under the couch ... you get the idea :-)

Scrappi Sandi said...

I've been playing catch up with your posts again...& WOW!! You certainly took part in the crop party!! I had a real live crop(!) & work to occupy my weekend, so missed out there!!

I LOVE your Happiness LO & your bottle pic... I agree that an intro to digi would be a great course to do...all I do is print off digi bits to cut & stick, so would love to know how to use 'brushes'...let's keep nagging Shimelle!!

We've not done Legoland for a while, but I love it there...wasted on kids really!!!

Happy Monday!!

Maria Ontiveros said...

Great picture. Loved lego. Loved even more the day my son said he was done with it and we gave it all away!
Rinda

Clair said...

Oh. Lego. I love Lego. Why didn't you invite me?

Jane said...

I love Lego! my 5 year old is OBSESSED!! All my children have loved it but my youngest is crazy about it! I will miss it when we pack it away for good - roll on Grandkids :)

Ladkyis said...

How do you get them to stop with Lego? My husband is over 50 and he has three display cabinets with lego models in them. One of his ambitions was to go to Legoland BEFORE they built one in Windsor. We took him to Billund in Denmark and he spent all day taking photographs and exclaiming loudly about the models there. I have now forbidden anyone to buy him another model for birthday or Christmas - unless he can go live in their house with his Lego. So, How do you stop them?

JO SOWERBY said...

wow, i dont think i've ever seen so much lego in my life.............lego land must be every child's dream and every parent's nightmare.......from a financial perspective.
Jo xxx