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What Are Your LEGO Related Goals For 2016?

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  • ScatterbugScatterbug WalesMember Posts: 109
    edited December 2015


    Currently checking, sorting and cleaning pieces for the Arvo Brothers' Alien Project and hope to start building in the New Year.
    kiki180703BrickDancercheshirecatsnowhitieRainstorm26TheBigLegoskiRenegade007cjhiso3200DeMontes
  • khmellymelkhmellymel United KingdomMember Posts: 1,276
    edited December 2015
    My Lego related goals actually have very little to do with Lego except in the capacity to enable my addiction... it's mainly to A) get a job (so I can afford Lego) and B) clear the flat of random STUFF (actually, I really dislike having so many possessions, but if I clear it out I make room for more Lego!  Definitely two warring sides of my personality).  
    TheBigLegoskicatwrangler
  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 1,002
    my flat only has soundsystem, dub vinyls, lego and a desktop pc.
    i dont watch TV nor do i have any other hobbies besides collecting records, lego and be a über-nerd!
    the stuff that gets my flat cluttered is just form daily living! empty bottles, empty chips bags, full ashtrays, pizza cardboards, dirty laundry, dirty drinking glasses ....

    i just need to throw some trash away and do some sorting in 2016!
    TheBigLegoskiSalamalex
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Aspiring Time Traveler Stuck in the West (US)Member Posts: 2,442
    Work on more MOCs.
    Cut back on spending.
    SumoLegokiki180703snowhitieTheBigLegoski
  • AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,430
    To fully build an MOC before the Mrs and I have a tiff and she breaks it.

    Buy some modulars.

    Possibly BL something.
    snowhitie
  • LusiferSamLusiferSam MontanaMember Posts: 515
    Goals for 2016 have been a bit harder for me to come up with.  Most of these are similar or the same as last years.  

    1.  Inventory my tubs
        This is big one I never got to in 2015.  I’ve only been inventory new tubs, but it’s the old tubs I really need to work on.  It’s not difficult, just time consuming.

    2.  Work on my Cathedral
        My current big MOC is a gothic style Cathedral.  I’ve spent a fair amount of time on this in the past year, but haven’t been doing a lot of building.  The issue has been the floor.  The old design was not feasible, I can’t find the colors I need in sufficient numbers.  Most of the work this past year has been on a new floor design and calculating the numbers needed.

    3.  Inventory boxes
        I currently keep my boxes flatted and store them in larger boxes.  But I have no idea where most of them are.  A box inventory would be good do.  I see this as being a major pain in rear and am not looking forward to working on this.

    4.  Complete incomplete sets
        This past year I had a bunch of incomplete sets that I was working on complete.  I finished those and promptly bought several more incomplete sets (d’oh).  So I need to now work on getting those completed.

    5.  Inventory and organize early toys
        As some of you may know I have collection of early wooden and plastic Lego toys.  I’ve got enough that I should inventory what I have.  And its stored all over the place.  I should get these organized and stored better.

    6.  Finish reorganization my instructions
        The major project from this past year and one that is nearly done.  I have little bit left to do.  At this point most of what needs to be done is to finish putting instructions into binders.  I still haven’t deal with the pre-1978 instructions.  Those are a minor part of my total collection and hopefully can be done quickly once I start.

    7.  Police and Space Police
        As far as actual collecting goes, I’ve got a few 80’s Police sets I’d like to acquirer and I’d like to finish my Space Police I collection.  I’m not much for a fan of Town, but there’s a few Police sets that I like.  As such I’d like to try and get these.  Space is also not a theme I collect much of, but Space Police was a one sub-theme I liked.  I have half the Space Police sets and would like to find the rest.
    snowhitie
  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair London, UKMember Posts: 2,666
    I haven't fully fleshed out what my plans for 2016 are, however I have come up with a slightly ambitious goal for next year:

    In 2014 LEGO released '76023 - Tumbler' and following that in 2015 they released '5004590 - Bat-Pod.' Now problem is we have two things missing from the collection, I intend to fix that.

    In 2016 my goal is to design the 'Bat' in scale with '76023 - Tumbler' and '5004590 - Bat-Pod' sets. The next one doesn't require a lot of work but I wouldn't mind owning a Bane Tumbler which would require me to purchase another '76023 - Tumbler' or Bricklink the parts if time isn't an issue and a ton of '5 - Brick Yellow' and 192 - Reddish Brown' elements.

    MattsWhatsnowhitie
  • legogallegogal USMember Posts: 755
    Yodalicious said:
    I will build more for my son (well, sons, but the youngest is too young to have caught the LEGO bug yet). Some of you may be familiar with the children's story The Little Blue Truck. I built him a minifig-scale version of the truck. He loves it. Despite getting various sets for his birthday last year, that's the LEGO vehicle he still loves the most. It may also be the only MOC I've actually finished since I was a child. He wants me to build him a fire station, and a big fire truck, and a this, and a that, etc., etc. There are sets of some and not of others. I want to build him the ones there aren't set for.
    Yoda, can you post photos of your Little Blue Truck! Those are my favorite children's books, and I want to build that one, too! My dad owned big trucks for work, and we played with toy trucks as kids. So did my sons. So my granddaughter will get plenty of trucks to play with and already loves riding her firetruck at 16 months. If anyone is looking for children's books as gifts, the Little Blue Truck in NYC is fantastic! Thanks!
    Yodalicioussnowhitiekiki180703
  • legogallegogal USMember Posts: 755
    About finished sorting my gigantic minifig and bulk brick collections. This week I will sort the remaining tile, which is a real pain in the arse even with an expensive scale/balance we use in our business (...no, we are not drug dealers or running a meth lab!) Then the container of translucents. And decide which sets to dispose of in my new reorganization plan for 2016. By late January I should have two much slimmed down LEGO rooms where I can find what I am looking for and display my favorite sets. Halleluiah.

    So 2016 should be a much calmer LEGO year as we begin playing with our Duplo and my granddaughter, who is now old enough to stack them. Finally!!! I have enough sets to build to keep me busy for the next year, so purchases will be minimal except for Architecture and Friends. Time to smell the LEGO roses!
  • YodaliciousYodalicious DagobahMember Posts: 1,366
    legogal said:
    Yodalicious said:
    I will build more for my son (well, sons, but the youngest is too young to have caught the LEGO bug yet). Some of you may be familiar with the children's story The Little Blue Truck. I built him a minifig-scale version of the truck. He loves it. Despite getting various sets for his birthday last year, that's the LEGO vehicle he still loves the most. It may also be the only MOC I've actually finished since I was a child. He wants me to build him a fire station, and a big fire truck, and a this, and a that, etc., etc. There are sets of some and not of others. I want to build him the ones there aren't set for.
    Yoda, can you post photos of your Little Blue Truck! Those are my favorite children's books, and I want to build that one, too! My dad owned big trucks for work, and we played with toy trucks as kids. So did my sons. So my granddaughter will get plenty of trucks to play with and already loves riding her firetruck at 16 months. If anyone is looking for children's books as gifts, the Little Blue Truck in NYC is fantastic! Thanks!

    Sure. I'll take some pictures when I'm home this weekend. I designed it through LDD, so I may be able to get instructions out of that as well if you'd like them. It was the first thing I built coming out of my dark ages, so it's a tad unstable compared to the official CITY models. I plan on reinforcing it one of these days. It's technically minifig-scale, but looks a little big compared to some of the other models. Regardless, he likes it and knew what it was right away, so I suppose it came out alright.
  • ricecakericecake Maryland, USAMember Posts: 879
    Mine is to make my first BrickLink purchase to finish some projects, and to clear out some of my backlog of sets I need to build.
  • chuxtoyboxchuxtoybox Member Posts: 711
    I don't know if this is a goal, per say, but after it being mentioned in another thread somewhere, I'm going to try to obtain as much Ninja Castle as possible next year. I was looking at prices on e-bay and they're not too bad. Hopefully I can get some sealed sets but I don't mind buying loose as long as it's in good condition. Even if I pick up a minifigure here and there I should be able to amass a good amount to populate my Ninjago set up.
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Dunes of TatooineMember Posts: 3,639
    ^ "Per se"
    kiki180703
  • chuxtoyboxchuxtoybox Member Posts: 711
    ^I actually had it spelled like that when I first typed it and it didn't look right so I changed it. :) 
    kiki180703
  • rdflegordflego in a world of his ownMember Posts: 324
    More sorting, more building, more pieces, less sets and redecorate my Brickcave. That should keep me busy.
    kiki180703
  • TheUltimateTFOLTheUltimateTFOL Texas, USAMember Posts: 155
    Buy more sets! (And maybe sell some old ones)
  • madejp86madejp86 IllinoisMember Posts: 282
    Next week I am getting my 90s Legos back from my cousin so I will need to ship them back to the states and once they arrive sorting will begin. Then I will bricklink all missing pieces. Will need to get some more modulars. 
  • mr.pigglesmr.piggles Snow FortMember Posts: 326
    Pare down my collection to only things that I really enjoy. Less spending, more building, more creative building, and less attention paid to instructions. 

    One goal was to finally pay a visit to a brick and mortar store and see what the PAB wall was all about, I took care of that today. I didn't realize how many eyeballs I'd put into my cup... so many eyes... 
    matticus_bricksJenniTheBigLegoskiAdeelZubair
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    my goals?

    well...
    1. to get all the modular buildings Theme build still sold by lego at the time of this post, by july, or the end of the year

    2.
    to get all Nexo Knights Set's! ALL of them,!!!!

    3.
    Get all Ghostbusters Set's.

    there my main Goals and i have lot's of little Sub Goals too.
    but them are the Goals that will take the most Money.

  • matticus_bricksmatticus_bricks Member Posts: 651
    Pare down my collection to only things that I really enjoy. Less spending, more building, more creative building, and less attention paid to instructions.
    I agree 100%. I really need to get rid of a lot of junk I've been collecting, and be very careful about what I buy. I will try not to hold onto anything "just in case," and I will organize what I do have so that everything is easily accessible when needed and not in a state of chaos. 
    mr.pigglesTheBigLegoskiAdeelZubair
  • sklambsklamb speaker of American EnglishMember Posts: 506
    Build some of the sets I still have sitting in boxes!
    Yodaliciouskiki180703
  • YodaliciousYodalicious DagobahMember Posts: 1,366
    sklamb said:
    Build some of the sets I still have sitting in boxes!
    This. 
    kiki180703SumoLegotecjam
  • NatebwNatebw Tampa BayMember Posts: 339
    My only real goal is to complete the Beatles Rooftop concert MOC modular that I have been s...l...o...w...l...y working on. Perhaps get my eye doctor's office MOC good enough to submit to IDEAS.

    Other than that, I want to limit buying, increase sorting and building.
    tallblocktookiki180703mr.pigglescatwrangler
  • LordmoralLordmoral Puerto RicoMember Posts: 739
    Get my first (and maybe last) Star Wars UCS Assault on Hoth.
    TheBigLegoski
  • TheBigLegoskiTheBigLegoski Amsterdam, NederlandMember Posts: 1,418
    edited January 2016
    My Lego resolutions are:
    -Buy a hell of lot less Lego sets!!!
    -Break down all my Lego sets currently on display; another hell of a job.
    -Renovate and remodel my apartment, and assign one sizeable (but still tiny) area as 'my Lego domain'.
    When I am done with these things I know I can revitalize my Lego hobby once again, and get round to building the sets that I already bought such a long time ago, as well as engage in some proper creative MOC'ing again, and enjoy my Lego a hell of a lot more then I currently do with all the clutter and mess. I have slowly morphed more into a Lego-hoarder then the type of Lego-fan/collector I desire to be, and once was.
    Also:
    -I perhaps might also have to reduce my collection somewhat; which means considering selling some sets probably sometime in the future. After all, everything you own ends up owning you, and I sometimes feel enslaved, particularly to all the Lego I collect and posses, especially since there is no end to it, and TLG keeps churning out new sets and desirable minifigs. 'Detachment' and the 'ability of letting' go are pivotal!
    -Continue to work on obtaining a better focus on the sets/themes that I do want to collect, and make my peace with passing on all the lovely themes/sets that I would like to get, but simply will not buy and collect, and without any remorse or regret over it. By doing this I believe I will also regain a new and better appreciation of what I actually have instead of what I do not have, and otherwise might covet.

    I know I have got quite some work to do, and the only way I will succeed if I break it all down into small tasks, and steps.

    I am also busy figuring out how to cut down and strike a new balance between my Lego 'hobby', and all the other (none-Lego-related) things in my life which are important to me and increasingly become more and more prominent. In all brutal honesty: Lego has become more of an obsession for me, with all the properties and downsides of an addiction the last +/- two years, than the nice and fun creative hobby it used to be. Luckily I have already started working on this about a month and half ago. Also being away from home a lot recently has helped, as I am busy and preoccupied with other things in life.

    So my resolutions have little to nothing to do with the start of the new year. Nonetheless stumbling upon this topic started by @chuxtoybox provided the ample opportunity for jotting it all down and sharing it with all of you bricksetters for which I am very grateful.

    I wish you all the best of luck and much success in achieving your own goals with regard to Lego as well as in Life!!!
    catwranglertallblocktootecjamgratefulnatRenegade007cjh
  • tallblocktootallblocktoo CanadaMember Posts: 497
    edited January 2016
    @TheBigLegoski All the best with your resolutions.  I'll need to work on doing some of the same.  Most specifically keep a control on how many sets I purchase this year.  Just rediscovering Lego has been a blast but there is a limit to the space among other issues with all the excess sets. 
    TheBigLegoski
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,450
    After due consideration, my Lego-related goals are to:

    1) Make substantial progress on my Modular City.  (Which includes finishing a MOC walkway.)

    2) Finish building a MetalBeard to complete a Lego Movie display.

    3) Finish building two Harry Potter sets to complete a Harry Potter display.

    4) Measured enthusiasm for new keychains, WV sets, Creator vehicles, Creator landmarks, Architecture sets, the Brick Bank, and the GBHQ.  And Marvel minifigures.

    5) Two of each polybag, and no more.

    I reserve the right to modify this list with no notice and with a lack of perspective or consistency.
    tallblocktooYodaliciouskiki180703GothamConstructionCoRenegade007cjhiso3200Bumblepantsmonstblitz
  • Renegade007cjhRenegade007cjh Essex, UKMember Posts: 687
    Nothing set in stone, but my immediate plans are:

    1. Finish organising / cleaning parts for Arvo Alien and attempt to build it after 20+ BL orders :(
    2. Pare down my collection, sell duplicate sets and those that no longer interest me
    3. Be more selective with what I buy (this will be *the* hardest goal)
    4. Organise my Man Cave so it doesn't just look like an aisle in Toys R Us
    5. Spend more time with my long-suffering missus (I've been laid-up with various injuries for most of this year and she's been looking after me)... hmmm... probably should be 1st on the list
    Happy New Year to all!!
    kiki180703tallblocktooSumoLego
  • Renegade007cjhRenegade007cjh Essex, UKMember Posts: 687
    edited January 2016
    SumoLego said:
    I reserve the right to modify this list with no notice and with a lack of perspective or consistency.
    This!! :)
    SumoLego
  • ValidGarryValidGarry Richmond VirginiaMember Posts: 2
    As a returner to Lego, I've got to sort the 40lbs of bulk I've bought in the last 2 weeks. I also need to construct a building surface for my soon-to-be-6 year old for her birthday. That's what much of the Lego is for  (and she will remain as my excuse for many years).
    SumoLego
  • xwingpilotxwingpilot UKMember Posts: 797
    My 2016 goals:
    1. Add another LSW UCS set to my collection
    2. Build some LEGO display shelving
    3. Introduce my son to DUPLO on his first birthday :)
    More importantly, I have buy-in from Mrs. xwingpilot on all the above :-)
    tallblocktookiki180703
  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 5,356
    As with last year, more building....but I think I'm going to set myself a bit of a measurable challenge to it this year...I want to be able to have at least one build per month that I'm proud of enough to share...hopefully I'll be moving soon so the primary block for my building at the minute (space) should be remedied and I should be able to actually dedicate enough time to do more once I've sorted out a build area in the loft.
  • hoodaddyhoodaddy USMember Posts: 317
    edited January 2016
    My goal is to pare down my collection to things I (and the kids) actually want.  This will be hard, as the hoarder collector part of me will not want to let go of sets I have already accumulated, and will not want to see the number of sets I own go down.  I own 860+ unique sets, and part of me wants to see that get to 900 and eventually 1,000.  But to have gotten to the number I am at, I have a lot of sets that I really have no interest in.  So, the biggest part of attaining my goal is mental.  Once I can convince myself that the number of sets owned means nothing if it includes sets that we don't care about, and that by selling sets etc that we don't need/want we will be able to buy sets etc that we do want, I might have a fighting chance.  Hope that makes sense..
    tallblocktooRenegade007cjh
  • JenniJenni JapanMember Posts: 1,390
    @hoodaddy there are sets your kids don't want?! Can they come explain that concept to my daughter?
    kiki180703Yodalicioustallblocktoo
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,450
    edited January 2016
    Nothing set in stone, but my immediate plans are:
    ... Organise my Man Cave so it doesn't just look like an aisle in Toys R Us
    You're way ahead of me.  My Lego area looks like the back stockroom after the Christmas rush.  Pure carnage!
    Renegade007cjh
  • YodaliciousYodalicious DagobahMember Posts: 1,366
    edited January 2016

    If my man cave looked like an aisle in Toys R Us, it would actually be an improvement.

    I recently put a stack of minifig capes somewhere for safekeeping, which mostly means "away from my 3-year-old son." Well, they're all very safe...FROM ME. I have no clue where I put them.

    SumoLegotallblocktookiki180703catwrangler
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,450
    edited January 2016
    I have an AWOL 7ft Boba Fett SW Lego poster.  No clue where I put it for safekeeping.

    Although, I found four Scarecrow keychains last week.  (That part of the tags are cut-off, so my keychains snobbery prevents me from keeping them.)
    Renegade007cjh
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 2,092
    I just came out of a dark age, so I have less to compare to.

    I want to stay interested rather than quit again, play rather than just build and display/store, and get old models out. My spare parts are mostly sorted already. I don't want inventorying to distract from use.

    I want more of Friends Pop Star to go with #30205 and #41104, and might MOC for other music.

    There's a LEGO Store 17 miles from me. I'll bike there in better weather and longer daylight when I'm already a few miles in that direction.

    I'll keep shopping around for this addictive plastic, and sell off what I get cheap and don't want.

    catwrangler
  • legobodlegobod CA USAMember Posts: 288
    To bring the rest of my minifigures to the US from back home in Wales and get them all into frames.
  • ryjayryjay Member Posts: 1,001
    ...Buy low sell high, I guess.     Not much attracts my interest to build.  Was going to go after the Brick Bank, but probably not.
  • NeilCrosbyNeilCrosby United KingdomMember Posts: 77
    @KingAlanI - I'm also 17 miles from my closest store. At some point this year I'm planning on walking there. I _will_ do it this year, dagnabbit! And when I do, I'll be allowed to buy something nice :)
    tallblocktoopharmjodKingAlanIkiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 2,092
    @KingAlanI - I'm also 17 miles from my closest store. At some point this year I'm planning on walking there. I _will_ do it this year, dagnabbit! And when I do, I'll be allowed to buy something nice :)
    Even I think that's crazy. I can't stand walking any significant distance. I have the bike for a reason. :)
    Besides weather, I need to have enough spending money to make a trip worthwhile.
  • xwingpilotxwingpilot UKMember Posts: 797
    edited July 2016
    It's 6 month update time...
    xwingpilot said:
    My 2016 goals:
    1. Add another LSW UCS set to my collection
    2. Build some LEGO display shelving
    3. Introduce my son to DUPLO on his first birthday :)
    1. With #75144 delayed until 2017 this one isn't going to happen (don't even suggest #75098 ). I did buy #75094 instead though.
    2. I actually moved my display to some existing shelving, so I consider this one complete.
    3. He's probably still not quite ready, but this will happen before the end of the year :)
    How are you getting on?

    tallblocktoochrisalddinkiki180703
  • TheOriginalSimonBTheOriginalSimonB Felixstowe Member Posts: 1,554
    I wasn't here at the start of the year, but one of my plans was to join a friendly lego community so I guess I succeeded. 
    Bumblepants
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    my goals?

    well...
    1. to get all the modular buildings Theme build still sold by lego at the time of this post, by july, or the end of the year

    2.
    to get all Nexo Knights Set's! ALL of them,!!!!

    3.
    Get all Ghostbusters Set's.

    there my main Goals and i have lot's of little Sub Goals too.
    but them are the Goals that will take the most Money.

    well.
    1, i have 3 out of 5, i still need DO and BB. (however both DO and BB may get pushed back to 2017 as i buy sets that are going to get end of line before the year is out.)

    2, will on the way to doing this, from the 1st wave i only need 1 set. and have started on the wave 2 set's.

    3, the Ghostbusters theme is getting bigger. i have plans to buy all of them still. just a matter of time.

    my main goals are well on there way.


  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,854
    Well, this year I finally moved most (dear god, I hope it's most - god knows what forgotten boxes of Lego are lurking in wardrobes) of my childhood Lego from my mother's place to ours. So next year I want to actually play with it! I particularly want to build all the medieval-themed stuff so I can see what bricks are left to extend my village after that. And my partner and I have always wanted to do something really ambitious like a Gothic cathedral, which would fit well... not sure how we're doing for grey bricks, but I guess I might finally use Bricklink to get more if it comes to that.
    - playing with it: check. And also SORTING it, which I never even thought to put on my list of goals. 
    - building all the medieval stuff........ not yet
    - Gothic cathedral... still pending
    - grey bricks: I'll get around to it; lately I've been thinking more about making a castle with all the brick yellow I've acquired/will acquire with future sets I want to buy
    chrisalddin
  • rdflegordflego in a world of his ownMember Posts: 324
    rdflego said:
    More sorting, more building, more pieces, less sets and redecorate my Brickcave. That should keep me busy.
    More sorting: progress is needed however I am developing my version of a 'first order of retrieve-ability' to know exactly how many of any piece in my collection I have available to me, at any given moment.

    More building: I have reorganised my schedule and I can now build a 3000+ piece moc once a month and several 100-500 piece mocs a month as well, within the same hours that I had last year.

    More pieces: Now that I use Bricklink more, yes.

    Less sets: Knowing what to look for in a set has made this increasingly difficult but mixels and creator sets are really useful as part packs.

    Redecorate the Brickcave: Progress is slow but twitter and Adam Savage have been really good influences to show me that a work space should evolve rather than drastically change.
    chrisalddin
  • truck730truck730 Member Posts: 303
    i didn't make any expansion goals but that doesn't work when there's cheap lego to buy, my 3yr old Princess loves to get Her paws on my/Her lego so putting it all  away takes up my build time, i'm liking the Nexo sets due to my love of castle, but like the priest in Father Ted in rooting for the bad guys, Magmar and Flama Ultimates will be my next get and i'd like to get small cargo plane to modify as a combi, i personally dont need or want any more lego ,nor can i store any more but i am an addict  -i like trucks,i'm trying  to build 1 box a month(my budget is 20 euro a month)  We're going to Manchester in August so DiscoveryC is a revisit, i do plan on getting the over priced advent calendar too

    catwrangler
  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 1,002
    buy more bricks and less specialty pieces (like minifig utensils, katanas, printed 1x1 round tiles, )

    whenever i shop in a bricklink store i cant stop looking through all of them sections. and it always happens that i find something useless which i am goin to use in a "future moc" for sure.
    catwrangler
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,450
    SumoLego said:
    After due consideration, my Lego-related goals are to:

    1) Make substantial progress on my Modular City.  (Which includes finishing a MOC walkway.)

    Epic failure thusfar.  Although I have made some progress in acquiring a couple of trains, and a few unanticipated modulars.  I'be been fussing about phase two of the table without completing phase one.

    2) Finish building a MetalBeard to complete a Lego Movie display.

    Still in the box.  And lost the box.

    3) Finish building two Harry Potter sets to complete a Harry Potter display.

    I'm three-for-three.  No progress here.

    4) Measured enthusiasm for new keychains, WV sets, Creator vehicles, Creator landmarks, Architecture sets, the Brick Bank, and the GBHQ.  And Marvel minifigures.

    Doing pretty well here.

    5) Two of each polybag, and no more.

    This is a also a success.  Managed to thin out the herd, and on the cusp of completing the SW polybag collection.

    I reserve the right to modify this list with no notice and with a lack of perspective or consistency.

    catwranglerkiki180703stlux
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