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27 April 2016 @ 12:20 pm
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First, an utterly sweet story about a little girl and her unlikely hero that will melt your heart. :)

Second, since I wanted to vet this for myself: Wherefore Art Thou, LEGO?. It's always fun seeing which LEGO pieces get used (since we have a bazillion sets at home). I did not know there was a LEGO satyr (used here as Puck), though I knew about the LEGO Minotaur (and want one, for... reasons). I recognize Shark Man from the Atlantis set, and the green snake from Hogwart's castle! But why not the small green dragon familiar used by both the Castle/Kingdom and Harry Potter sets?

Also, randomly... there is a Shakespeare LEGO. Who doesn't need one of those? Or a LEGO Neptune or bat monster or lizard man? *koff* Possibly, I like LEGOs even more than my son does. Still sorry his LEGO phase ended before he wanted to buy the Monster series...

And finally, today's Dilbert (4/27/2016, since it will move): fish plus time has to be one of the truest and most wrong views of humanity ever. \o?

All right, it's time to get back to work while pondering Idol ideas in my head (two topics this week—urk!) and hoping against hope that my bike will come back from the shop today. *bites nails*

ETA: OMG, LEGO Yeti! *dies*

bleodswean: satyr bbleodswean on April 27th, 2016 07:35 pm (UTC)
*flails* lego faun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *bought* MINE!!! Thank you, thank you, K, for sharing that!!!! *must have all the satyrs* I cannot even BELIEVE that little guy!

Two entries ain't easy. I just finished my first....now to break the rocks for the second. Email me if you want to bounce ideas or need a beta read.
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphorshalfshellvenus on April 27th, 2016 07:44 pm (UTC)
Ooh! You're so welcome. :D

I was really surprised LEGO made that. There is also a LEGO Pan, who has panpipes instead of a flute, but he may be out of circulation now (so, expensive).

I'd hoped to finish the first last night, but could not stay awake-- and it was wall-to-wall work and meetings earlier in the day. Argh.

I may take you up on your offer, because I need some ideas. :O

The one I'm starting with is "Yes, Anastasia," (which I hate, but had an idea for). Let's hope it "goes" until the end.