Bringing some holiday cheer to disadvantaged children
About this creation
On 18-Dec 2007, The United Way and Monster.com held a holiday party for 1,300 underprivileged children. Sean built a big LEGO snowman with the children, and provided tens of thousands of LEGO bricks for them to create their own little masterpieces.
The snowman sculpture was fairly basic in form, since it needed to be built in under 3 hours. When complete, it used about 4,500 LEGO bricks and stood about 2 feet tall. Kids had fun attaching their own creations to the snowman, like hats, droids, and icicle snow boogers.
I thought it was about time to pay my respects to the founder of this great website! I also agree with the others as far as your coolness goes. I'd be up the entire night if I reviewed all the stuff of your's I think rocks so I'll just leave it at this. Have a great 2008!
As I salivate at the upcoming Boxing Day discount Lego sales, it's nice to be forcibly reminded how incredibly fortunate I am, and that many kids grow up without Lego. God, I can't imagine my childhood without it! Hopefully the Lego bug has infected a few of these kids and we'll be seeing their MOCs in the future. "Seansons" greetings to the MOCpages team :)
Quite nice there, Mr. Kenney, its good to see people doing stuff for the "chillins". But as my ally previously stated: We have had enough of the LIU and Emperor Ludgonious! The C Quadrant Defenders chooses to back Kavon Z. and his Confederate forces. But I digress, this is a nice thing to do with kid- Bravo, Sean.
I grow weary of the LIU and its overconfident "Emperor, or so he calls himself." Alexander Peirson's and my Confederate forces have negotiated a revolt against your "greatness" your business has become a monopoly and must go down. Down with the LIU! (i know its just legos but it gets boring after a while eh? and im tired of the LIU)