Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Lego Land and Captain America

Terry Spear and I went to Lego Land to kill some time before the movie Captain America started.
Lego land was cool but they didn't have any Darth Vader key chains left. I really want one and will have to surf ebay now. We didn't go into the back room because you had to pay and we were running short on time. The ones we did see were really cool.
Me with the Lego Man

Lego Giraffe

Lego Einstein

So after our short Lego tour we headed over to see Captain America. I had mixed feelings about the movie. I loved Natasha. I thought she totally kicked major butt. I thought Captain America was kind of wimpy. He didn't feel very Alpha to me and he needed a gun. Also, the dark villain soldier was totally hotter.  
Did any of you see it yet? What did you think?


  1. I'm surprised they let you in Lego Land without a kid. I heard that was a requirement (unless there's a different one and I'm getting them confused). As for Captain America--I loved it. Didn't think Cap was wimpy at all. No, he's not really an Alpha, and I think that's what makes him cool.

    1. Oh Geez, I tried to reply but it disappeared. I'll try again.
      They didn't say anything to us about not having any kids with us. It's mainly a big Lego store.
      I liked Captain America's muscles when he took his shirt off. I think what bothered me most is he didn't use a gun. Everyone else was shooting at him and he just had that stupid shield. I'm like "Grab a gun and shoot the bastard." I did enjoy the movie though.

  2. Bonnie, what great photos! I was supposed to go see Captain America, but I ended up staying home sick instead. Did you see the Lego movie? I heard it was great, but haven't had the chance yet.

    1. Hi Samantha,
      Thanks so much. I hope you're feeling better. The Captain America is really good. I really liked the Winter Soldier. I want to hear more of his story.
      I haven't seen the Lego movie.
      Thanks so much for visiting my blog.

  3. I loved the way you pictured the profile of Einstein. It's great seeing how realistic it was. :) Had fun! Glad we did all that stuff!

    1. Terry,
      I love how he has his tongue sticking out. I couldn't imagine trying to build any of these. My patience runs out after about 15 minutes. We didn't have Legos when we were little. My kids did though. They used to leave them on the floor so I could step on them. Talking about pain.
      Yes, I had a blast too. I can't wait to see you again.
      Thanks for commenting.