By James Moore
Do you like Legos, because they are awesome! Legos mean a lot to me and my family. Building new things is awesome but sometimes you can get stuck on what to build . So, here are some instructions on how to make something awesome.
First, you have to pick a Lego character. When you pick a character it needs to have good colors. It can’t be colors that you don’t have or else the thing you build won’t match. It should match your character. After you choose your character and color you need to choose what to build. It helps if you picture them in a situation and choose what they would need. It could be a vehicle, a house, or anything. After that you start building. Try to be unique, you don’t want it to be super boring! Try using different pieces. Don’t just use square blocks! That’s boring! If you want to build more you can build some surroundings for whatever you built. When you put your mind to it you can build anything.
Rhyan Moore says, “IT’S AWESOME!”
Legos are a big deal to me and my family. In fact every year after thanksgiving my relative come over to help us build the Christmas village. You might be asking yourself, “What is the Christmas village?” It is a giant village made completely out of Legos. It is awesome! It takes up a lot of room. Last year it almost took over the kitchen. My mom was kind of mad! ;-) All of my family really enjoys it. It brings us closer together.
My dad was the one who got us into Legos. It started when he was young. He really liked Legos. It was even better than G.I.Joes. His parents would even wake up to him early in the morning playing Legos. When he met my mom she didn’t know he liked Legos that much. She didn’t know what she was getting herself into. She eventually got into Legos herself but not as much as dad. When me and my sister were little he used to get Legos for ” us.” He knew we didn’t know how to build them ourselves so, he would “help” us. He was really getting them for himself though. A little while after that I got into them even more and started building them himself so he started having to get Legos for himself because I could build my own. All in all, Legos are a big tradition in my family.
“I love it,” says anonymous.
After reading all of that you probably think I’m a freak but, I’m not I’m just special! All in all Legos are a big deal to me and my family and if you put your mind to it you can build anything.