Monday, June 17, 2013

Lego Jason

I normally try not to brag, but we sent Daddy Jason a lego pen for Father's Day and received these awesome texts in return.  The captions are his:

Is this how it is supposed to work?

The union is protesting headless people.  Don't cross the picket line!

E.T. phone home.

Marie!!!  Le baguette, c'est vraiment trop gros!
Translation:  Marie, this baguette is really too big!

You'd be grimacing too if you had to sleep with your hard hat permanently stuck to your head!

I'm getting angry! 
(Rumor has it that Jason has to calm down with a snack when Settlers games go poorly...)
So there you have it.  Our Dad is officially the weirdest coolest.


Julie L said...

Hahaha! Love it!

Anonymous said...

Today's Daily Encounter Lego illustration is by Steve Klusmeyer who writes:

"Life might be less complicated for all of us if we each received our own LEGO kit at birth. Yes, I realize there is a choking hazard for children under three. But when you are old enough, you can learn a lot from LEGOs. I have learned that:

"Size doesn't matter. When stepped on in the dark, a 2X2 LEGO brick causes the same amount of pain as a 2X8 brick.

"All LEGO men are created equal (1.5625 inches tall). What they become is limited only by imagination.

"There is strength in numbers. When the bricks stick together, great things can be accomplished.

"Playtime is important. Sometimes it doesn't matter what you are building, as long as you're having fun.

"Disaster happens. But the pieces can be put back together again.

"Every brick has a purpose. Some are made for a specific spot—most can adapt almost anywhere—but every one will fit somewhere.

"Color doesn't matter. A blue brick will fit in the same space as a red brick.

"No one is indispensable. If one brick is unavailable, another can take its place.

"It doesn't always turn out as planned. Sometimes it turns out better. If it doesn't, you can always try again."

Susie said...

Love your pictures and comments, Jason! Glad to see the gift you were mentioning on the cell phone. It is as I imagined. You ARE an awesome father!