LEGOs Anyone?

photo2While looking through a pile of links this morning – I came across something really cool for LEGO lovers: I LEGO N.Y.

Personally I recently nailed up a LEGO board on my office wall so I could start adding pieces to make something fun and creative when I was either stressed out or stuck on something.

So far – I only have six pieces in place – but who knows – perhaps one day it will be something really cool. I have a huge mason jar on the shelf above my desk just waiting to be placed, a LEGO cooling system that I built that is between my Mac Mini and my 500 gig external drive (the LEGO cooling system promotes air flow), and a little LEGO man that stands on my Mac Mini to remind me not to take myself so seriously all the time.

Regardless – I absolutely love LEGOs and the I LEGO N.Y. post brought a huge smile to my face – and I bet it will yours too once you see it!

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Jennifer Zelazny

My name is Jennifer Zelazny and this site is a collection of my random thoughts and opinions. I am Penn Stater, WordPress developer, and a modern day explorer. I love exploring data, trends, and things that make the world a better place and sharing them here.

3 thoughts on “LEGOs Anyone?”

  1. Steve Z.

    You should check out ldd.lego.com

    You digitally design your lego model and then if you want the real thing, you can click a button and they’ll send you the pieces to build it.

    More procrastination tools. Just what I need. 🙂

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