|Lego minifigures sort of weird me out|
You know what? I figured, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Or maybe it was just that the noise and the crowds broke me down. I paid 3 bucks for Lego Bingo chips (the money went to some children's charity), picked up my free Lego Bingo card, and spent almost an hour trying to win one of the fun Lego prizes. Then I wandered around the exhibit hall amongst the Lego nerds and tried to blend in, even though I wasn't sporting a T-shirt saying "Got bricks?" or "Brick Warriors" or (my favorite) "What Would Jesus Build?" I even bought a few Lego stocking stuffers for Brian.
I'm trying to see how many times I can use the word Lego in this post, apparently.
When we (finally) came home, I took a nap, because being around all those people is simply exhausting. Woke up, realized I hadn't planned dinner, fed everyone leftovers (which they had already had at lunch, but I don't care anymore), and called it a day.
It's just once a year, folks. I can do it. I'm a survivor.