So I’m sorting Legos. I’m sure I’ll write more about Legos at some point. I love them. Obsess about them. They teach me and inspire me. I’m serious.
But the sorting is a chore. I have a system: small Legos, large Legos, flat Legos, and then obscure and large sized ones. Most colors have four boxes each which are divided in this way. About the size of a shoe box so you can tell right off I have thousands of Legos.
Unfortunately this is a bit backwards for the holiday because I am segregating the Legos. Right now I have three bowls of integrated Legos and I can’t have that. They must be separated – then further separated by size. So since I’m backwards on this holiday any way, I guess it’s ok to not let the red and gray Legos mingle. We will have none of that! Separate but equal in the Land of Legos.
My goal with this particular sort is to get through the whites and reds because I want to make two Star Wars X-Wing ships. I’ve been going through my favorite projects. I’m particularly interested to know whether or not I still have all the pieces.
Once the kids get their hands on my Legos there is no telling where the pieces go. They actually play with them. It drives me crazy.