Sunday, September 20, 2015

My Favorite Photos: Lego U.N. Headquarters

My wife Daisy and I really like the Lego architecture series as we already have three before this one. She asked me to get the United Nations Headquarters Lego set for her birthday. She really had fun putting this one together. This was also reminded me that many people don't even know what the U.N. building looks like. I think it looks pretty neat. 


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Daisy is a woman of many surprising hobbies!

Jax said...

That's a different hobby!! In a good way! I've been to the UN building on school field trips. It's very interesting to see. :)

Christine said...

what a great hobby!

stephen Hayes said...

It does look neat, but I wish they'd move the real one out of new York. I think they should put it in Jerusalem and declare the spot an international city belonging to no one.

Emmylou said...

Super cool:) My kids would like one of those I'm sure!

Cloudia said...

It is neat! You can follow this weeks activities at the real UN


LV said...

I have tried using these but never succeeded. My great grandson can, but not me. Daisy did a great job on this one.

Margaret D said...

Legos are such fun.

Maude Lynn said...

Wow! That's awesome!

Huggybear said...

Now that is an idea that would bring the wrath of the Arab world to boiling point.
The mind boggles at this idea!
B J Hunnicut

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

That is cool, I lived in NYC for 8 years, and went to my friend's house every Tuesday for cooking lesson, she lived just by the UN headquarters on East 40th.

Martha said...

That's a fun hobby!

Mary Kirkland said...

How fun!

bj said...

I love that you and Daisy like's good for the soul....:)
You know the old saying, "You don't stop playing because you grow grow old because you stop playing." and I believe every word of it.
xoxo to you and Daisy.
and thanks, Adam, for your comment on my immigration post.

Huggybear said...

'bj' of Texas.
Curiosity had me look at 'your immigration Post".
So here are my views:
When people migrate to another country and always to a more stable and prosperous nation, then they must accept the laws, adapt to the living ways,
assimilate and not live in "ghettos" of their own.
Regrettably not ALL will do this.

Watch carefully this "invasion" of Europe from North Africa and the hordes
now from the Middle East (Syria).
A nightmare of Armageddon Proportions is about to fall upon Europe.
The question is - "Will they adapt"??????????
B J Hunnicut

Theresa Mahoney said...

I like that there are Lego sets that are geared towards a more sophisticated crowd. Much better than the stupid Frozen set my daughter whined for last Christmas.