Honestly, this year's Black Friday haul continues to sit, sorted into colors, waiting their turn to get parted out. But since we did this last year, I can talk about what happens next. Parting Out "Parting out" just means that the collection is sorted by color and type. All the light blue grey 1x1 plates go in 1 cup, while all the black 2x2 bricks go into a 2nd … [Read more...] about What do you do with 108k LEGO® elements? Part 4.1
Storage. Necessary and yet boring. The bags sat in the garage until the Professor figured out where he could put them in the LEGO® room. This process took a few days of consideration and a half-hour of heavy lifting. Giant Bags of LEGO® Each one of these bags is a 3 full day part out, and the Professor likes to finish a bag once its started. And with the holidays upon us, it … [Read more...] about What do you do with 108k LEGO® elements? Part 3
Rearranging and New Storage! Younger and Son grew significantly over this last year. As the inventory of parts grew, so did the need for storage. This week's project was to get some new shelves in place. We used to use some old bookshelves to hold a number of small plastic storage bins. But by switching those bookshelves out, we can put a lot more storage bins in the … [Read more...] about Rearranging
The end of school arrives, with only a few minor administrative details left to wrap up. A chance for a little relaxation, but that also means we need to plan a bit for summer. Rest and Relaxation If anyone wonders why I didn't post anything last Friday, that happened because I was on a church men's retreat. The woods gave a good relaxing atmosphere (and some allergens) … [Read more...] about Summer Vacation?
Wednesday arrived before we realized that we missed our normal posting schedule on Monday. That indicates of the sort of week we had. Speaking of Adoption On Monday, we talked about our experiences as an embryo adoptive family. My university periodically offers informational sessions relating to the adoption benefits they now offer. Our adoption agency was one of two … [Read more...] about What a week!