It's safe to say that we're collectively going through a difficult time right now. I thought I would share with you a fun father/daughter project that can bring a little joy to your day.
A friend of mine in the golf world, Lou Stagner, created a complete lego replica of the 12th hole at Augusta National with his daughter. The reproduction took 20,000 individual lego pieces and more than 60 hours of work to create in their basement. His daughter, who is in 4th grade, wants to partner with a pro golfer to help a homeless charity with the proceeds of the sale.
Take a look at this time-lapse video to see it come to life, it's incredible:
If you're interested in helping Lou and his daughter spread the word, and hopefully find an eventual donor, please contact him on Twitter here. Check out some more photos below: