What has a severe sore throat (with a squeaky and raspy voice), drippy nose, fever (with the accompanying aches and chills), ear infections and a pink eye? Me.
It’s been an awful week spent completely inside the apartment–excluding a quick trip to Urgent Care on Sunday to get checked–eating mostly yogurt and mashed potatoes (my throat can’t stand much more consistency than that). It is liberating in one aspect, however, getting to lounge about in my undergarments because the extra clothes flare up my fever.
I’ve spent most of this sick-time delved in books, in front of the television, and on the computer. Earlier this evening I found a unique post (on this blog) with great photos of Stormtrooper action figures in funny situations. This reminded me of the last day of my old Creative Perspective class in college. It was critique day for our finals and while we listened to feedback we also had a little fun.
“Legos in a college class?” you might ask. I had purchased them to build a city that I based my three-point perspective project on:
Here’s where we got creative:
This photograph almost has its own story in which Lego man protects the Lego village from a giant robot. Ha ha, love it.
And while my classmates continued having fun with the Legos, building towers as high as they could, I had some fun with the push pins that were normally used to post projects on the wall.
Hey, maybe this is what Lego man was protecting! And that robot is something like a Cookie Monster. Ha ha, “Om nom, muffins!”