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 , y'all! Rain has stopped, still in the low 30s. 27/Feb/15 12:08 AM |  |
 Good morning 27/Feb/15 12:08 AM |  |
 Goodmorning people of the world. 27/Feb/15 12:10 AM |  |
 A Lego tourist! 1:36. Y'all will like doing the puzzle this morning. 27/Feb/15 12:10 AM |  |
 Is that made of Legos? 27/Feb/15 12:11 AM |  |
 Wonder if we will go through all the seasons and different types of weather today?So far a nice 35F and sunny. 27/Feb/15 12:11 AM |  |
 See if you can figure out the words in this 'pyramid' using the hints given below. Each new word contains the same letters as the previous word, plus a new letter. Order need not be preserved. 1) Twenty-third letter of the English alphabet2) Wisconsin3) To finish first4) More... 27/Feb/15 12:11 AM |  |
 Lego building has changed so much, I never got past making towers. 27/Feb/15 12:13 AM |  |
 For our dear friend. 27/Feb/15 12:14 AM |  |
 I do get a little annoyed at all the specialty shapes in some of the Lego sets my kids get. 27/Feb/15 12:14 AM |  |
 We have a new limo driver, who does not stop half a mile away to pick our darlings up. To give the old limo driver credit, I know she was blocking the road, because there are idiots out there that think they can still turn, instead of stopping, when children are getting on the bus. Had to give the More... 27/Feb/15 12:17 AM |  |
 HalT, I may have been young when DOS came into widespread use, but was all growed up and on my own! 27/Feb/15 12:19 AM |  |
 Anyway, the newbie, stopped right in front of us, had to pull one child back by the her hoodie, because she started running to the bus, before the door opened. Have to think about that one, do I like the distance or curb service? Which is safer? Actually, at 6:30 in the morning I do not think anything is safe. 27/Feb/15 12:20 AM |  |
 In HS, I remember storing computer programs on paper tape and using a handset coupler for a modem. To further date myself, I took COBOL and RSTS-11 machine language in college. 27/Feb/15 12:20 AM |  |
 Serena, I think the Lego sets are cool enough, but I'm with you in that nothing beats a huge set of Lego blocks with just windows, doors and wheels as accessories. Imagination... limited only by the number of blocks you have! 27/Feb/15 12:23 AM |  |
 Don't think I ever got into the legos, but loved building blocks, linking logs and Tinker toys. A big thrill was making the Ferris Wheel. I had a set of each, before the girls, and yes, I played with them. When we moved here, the girls noticed I had toys, too. Now I used to have a set of each. 27/Feb/15 12:23 AM |  |
 Silverguy had a huge set, which we still have as a family. Now that Silvergirl is Silverteen, it doesn't get played with, but that's one thing we're not selling at a garage sale. It's timeless. 27/Feb/15 12:24 AM |  |
 I didn't have many of the Tinker Toys, but loved Lincoln Logs. Same thing with Lincoln Logs: just give a kid a big pile, no specialty sets needed. 27/Feb/15 12:27 AM |  |
 I made farm houses for plastic animals I had (so did my daughter when she got Lincoln Logs), and cabins for some of my small Dawn dolls which were about the side of today's Polly Pockets. 27/Feb/15 12:28 AM |  |
 K will build stables for her horses and M builds houses for her Paw Patrol friends, with the linking logs. I think the Tinker toys just get scattered. Man and I constructed things, and the girls tried to duplicate, but the majority of the time, they just get scattered. 27/Feb/15 12:31 AM |  |
 Need to get ready to make a public appearance, little one left her lunch in the middle of the floor. She was so proud of her lunch that she prepared herself, think the Kinder teacher my experience the end of the world drama, if I do not run that lunch up to the school. 27/Feb/15 12:33 AM |  |
 But must, remember our dear, snoozing friend. 27/Feb/15 12:34 AM |  |
 We have Legos, Lincoln Logs, and K'nex around here. I won't confess who some of them were actually purchased for. 27/Feb/15 12:45 AM |  |
 I got on the computer to see what to do next with little boy in science since we are done with plants. I probably ought to go an do that now. 27/Feb/15 12:47 AM |  |
 all. 27/Feb/15 2:18 AM |  |
 everyone! The answers to yesterday's poozle: ENT + ERTAINM + ENT = ENTERTAINMENTRED + ISCOVE + RED = REDISCOVEREDING + ROW + ING = INGROWINGANT + IOXID + ANT = ANTIOXIDANTMIC + ROCOS + MIC = MICROCOSMIC More... 27/Feb/15 2:34 AM |  |
 When my kids were little, when they were sick at home, I would always get them a ''sicky present'' to keep them occupied (rather than watching TV all day). Legos were always a big hit. Jigsaw puzzles were good, too. 27/Feb/15 2:44 AM |  |
 everyone!!! 27/Feb/15 2:49 AM |  |
 Broke my 2 minute barrier! 1:48 27/Feb/15 2:50 AM |  |
 Thank you, Karen! Here's flying your way!!! 27/Feb/15 2:51 AM |  |
 all from cold & rainy Fripp Island. Had plenty of free time to google lollygagging (or lallygagging if you prefer, Hal) Dear Word Detective: The other day my mother said we should all stop 'lollygagging' around and get in the car to go shopping. Where did that More... 27/Feb/15 2:55 AM |  |
 We had Lincoln logs and Erector sets for the older boy and Legos for the younger boy. Older son was so proud of his engine driven crane he had built by himself that we had to take a picture! 27/Feb/15 2:57 AM |  |
 After stepping on so many Lego pieces, I finally taped off a corner of my younger son's bedroom and declared we would make him put away his Legos if he confined them in that corner! Well, never stepped on another Lego piece again because his projects were that precious to him! 27/Feb/15 2:59 AM |  |
 I love that explanation, Kathy! 27/Feb/15 3:12 AM |  |
 Happy Thursday!Grew up with Legos, Tinkertoys and Lincoln Logs. Two of my all-time favorite toys include Legos and Etch-A-sketch (remember that one?!) 27/Feb/15 3:24 AM |  |
 My nearly 35-yr-old son still wants Legos for Christmas every year. He receives a small set. Two of my grandchildren build with Legos nearly every day! If there were some here, I would build, too. (Un)fortunately, all the blocks are at other houses! 27/Feb/15 3:37 AM |  |
 Anybody around to finish off page 1? 27/Feb/15 3:53 AM |  |
 Hummm... I even did a medium thinking that someone would be back. 27/Feb/15 4:00 AM |  |
 Well, for once I'll purposely close us out. 27/Feb/15 4:01 AM |  |
 One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready.... 27/Feb/15 4:01 AM |  |

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