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Trip to MD: Tomb Raider and Lego-rific

(Title based on the works of Jason Reese) Note: There are no spoilers in this journal entry.

Jenn and I hung out with John Sullivan (the John who was married last weekend) during the day and watched Tomb Raider. I've heard a lot of people saying this was a really bad movie, but I'm going to have to disagree.

Don't get me wrong, it wasn't a good "movie," but it was a good "action movie." In my book, you really can't compare action movies with other movies, they just aren't the same animal. I enjoyed watching the movie, it was visually pleasing, and I cheered during the fight scenes. It's not deep, but that's to be expected with action movies.

After the movie though, Jenn and I went over to Rick and Audrey's house for a Lego Party. This was one of the coolest things ever. Audrey has a hedgehog named Gus, and he needs a new little house, so Audrey and Rick bought ~5000 Legos and invited everyone over to build him a mansion. :) It was SO MUCH FUN. :)

Jenn and I planned and constructed, torn down, replanned, and constructed again until we were happy with our arrangement. We decided to go for the two level structure so Gus could oversee his Hedgehogdom. After we had contructed our pieces, we carefully took them apart and glued them back together. I know some of you may be morally opposed to glueing Legos, but seriously, if there is any time where glueing Legos is ok, it is now.

There were some really creative buildings made, including an apple tree, an american flag, a cave with stalagmites (*silently hopes he chose the right word*), and the master bedroom with "I love Gus" on the walls.

I'll post pictures when I get back from vacation (because I took way too many), so you can try to share in the warmth.

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