Saturday, February 18, 2012


Dear world,
The other day we went to LEGOLAND. Did you know that LEGO® were wooden toys made by Ole Kirk Christiansen in his small workshop in Billund, Denmark in 1932? He named the toys LEGO®, a contraction of the Danish words 'leg godt,' meaning 'play well.' . Interesting! Anyway, LEGOLAND California is a 128-acre park with over 50 family rides, "hands-on" attractions and shows, Of course I didn't get to go in because of the usual canine discrimination, but we did get to meet a LEGO family. Rosy got to go in the LEGO stroller and the boy wanted to walk me. I thought the LEGO family would be really friendly, but actually they were quite stiff.

Love always,



  1. O wooden you know they duzn't let dawgs in there? mewheehee!

  2. My mommy went to Legoland in Denmark. That was before me. She said the park seemed accommodating to dogs by having water bowls (with Lego dogs) around, but that the water was gross and wouldn't want dogs actually drinking it. Glad you met that fun Lego family!

  3. We have a Legoland nearby us in Florida, maybe we should check it out! Canine discrimination is everywhere!@whereisbuddy

  4. Bear dat terrible dat sum places duzznt let you in, but you do get to go to lotz uv places! Doze folks look beary stiff! :)