October 27.2014 – Lessons From Lego’s by Steve Klusmeyer

Life might be less complicated for all of us if we each received our own LEGO kit at birth. Yes, I realize there is a choking hazard for children under three. But when you are old enough, you can learn a lot from LEGOs. I have learned that:- Size doesn’t matter. When stepped on in the dark, a 2X2 LEGO brick causes the same amount of pain as a 2X8 brick.- All LEGO men are created equal (1.5625 inches tall). What they become is limited only by imagination.- There is strength in numbers. When the bricks stick together, great things can be accomplished.- Playtime is important. Sometimes it doesn’t matter what you are building, as long as you’re having fun.- Disaster happens. But the pieces can be put back together again.- Every brick has a purpose. Some are made for a specific spot – most can adapt almost anywhere – but every one will fit somewhere.- Color doesn’t matter. A blue brick will fit in the same space as a red brick.- No one is indispensable. If one brick is unavailable, another can take its place.- It doesn’t always turn out as planned. Sometimes it turns out better. If it doesn’t, you can always try again.

by Steve Klusmeyer


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Robynn Jaymes has spent her whole life in radio… 30 years!! And almost half of them have been at Star Country. Originally from Cincinnati, Robynn came to the area as a Liberty University student. Along with all things country music, Robynn is a big fan of Football!—The Virginia Tech Hokies, The Washington Redskins and, of course, the Cincinnati Bengals. And also, “I’m addicted to the Weather Channel,” she says. Right now, Robynn is a big fan if the music coming from Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum and Kenny Chesney! Robynn is also a winner of the Billboard Air Personality of the Year award. Hear all new Warm & Fuzzies with Robynn M-F at 11:45AM!

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