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At the Meyers

March 10, 2016

Lauren

From Lauren: Happy Birthday to Deborah! I made a back-up post because apparently I have no faith in Lloyd. Deborah and Brad responded, but it took away from the awesomeness of this post. Sorry, Lloyd.

Back to Lloyd’s post:
We were over at the Meyers house a while ago, and I saw this on an end table.  What I really wanted to ask, but it didn’t come up at the time, and I can never remember to ask when I see them is this: Is that an actual Lego set, or did you (or someone you know) put it together?

However they answer, it is an awesome answer. Either it’s from Lego, in which case, I can think about all of the other sets they might have that I don’t know about. I don’t know if they would limit to just New Testament sets, or if they might do Old Testament sets as well. Maybe a transfiguration set? Or a Pentecost set? If the O.T. is an option, then I’m hoping they skipped Noah and went right on to the Battle of Jericho. A truly epic set.

Or, maybe someone pieced it together. That would be cool too. I’m sure Sam knows the answer. But until he does, what sets would you like to see?

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Lloyd Sommerer is a middle/high school teacher who likes to build websites, read books, grow beards, make fun of Lauren’s prototypes and eat the sauce of the picante.

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4 Responses to “At the Meyers”

  1. Deborah Said on:

    That’s pretty cool! Are the walls Legos?

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  2. Lauren Said on:

    I would like to see a Princess Bride Lego set.

    Happy Birthday, Deborah!

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  3. Peggy Said on:

    If you’re asking about a biblical set, I’d like to see the Creation.

    Non-biblical, I’d like to see an I Love Lucy set.

    Happy Birthday Deborah!

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  4. Deborah Said on:

    Thank you!

    Reply

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