Re-building Lego

LegosI grew up with a HUGE table in the basement covered with thousands of Lego blocks.  From creating towns to building fancy houses, cars, robots, I could play with Legos for hours and days on end.

And so, it was with great sadness that I read today that Lego Group is laying off thousands of workers in an effort to remain competitive.  I hope they recover and rebuild!  Read article here.

4 comments

  1. revhrod · June 21, 2006

    I never had legos. I was a girl in the 1960’s and pennies for toys were a little scarce. But I love legos. I was sad that my daughter didn’t share my fondness for them. I kept buying duplos and legos and she wanted to play with other toys. Sigh…
    I also love play dough, except for the fact that it makes your hands smell funky.

  2. cubicle.reverend · June 21, 2006

    That is so wrong. I love legos, I still have them. I can’t wait to pass them off to my won children. If I have any.

  3. proclaimingsoftly · June 21, 2006

    Even Lego Land closed.

  4. John Carlson · June 22, 2006

    A Lego/Lutheran connection can be found here
    http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=125542

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