Jan 10, 2013
|It was after 11:00 last night before we turned the TV off and went to sleep.
When I got up at 5:00 I felt groggy and had a feeling that it wasn’t going to be one of my better days.
When Bob & I left for our walk this morning, it wasn’t long before I felt my hips, legs and feet going to sleep. Usually a stop to stretch helps but today we had to stop three times in 1.8 miles.
At that point I gave up and returned to my recliner.
I still feel blah!
I do have something to write about here though, and it is a much nicer subject than how I feel today.
Bob & Janet, friends that we travel with a lot, assemble and sell these beautiful hanging lights that can be hung under an awning, used on a patio or as a decorative hanging light indoors.
The lights are constructed of a lightweight, high-quality polypropylene material which is heat resistant, flexible and easy to clean.
The lights are sphere shaped, 13 inch in diameter, have a 12 foot cord with socket and on/off switch.
They sell the white lights complete with a spiral energy efficient CFL bulb for $38 (shipping included) OR white light complete with a color-changing LED bulb with remote control for $50 (shipping included).
The remote operates the 16 color choices, the choice of 4 modes (flash, strobe, fade, smooth), brightness, & on/off.
SEE PICTURE The picture is with the CFL bulb in it at night turned on.) These pictures do not do justice to these beautiful lights. We personally like the bulb which changes colors and the remote makes it so easy to set the mood you want.
If interested in purchasing a hanging light, you can contact them via email: email@example.com or call them 719-651-7468 or 719-651-7488.
We have one of these now and will probably buy another one before Bob & Janet head toward Yuma.
Let them know you read about it on our blog. That won’t get you a discount but we’ll feel good about it! LOL
They have started on another craft project that is quite interesting too, but I’ll wait for awhile to write about that one.
With the weather changing for the worse here, we’ll be reading a lot and maybe going out to see a couple of movies over the next week or so.
By the way, we saw a fly yesterday. It buzzed around Trent before leaving for parts unknown. That is the first insect we have seen since we arrived on November 1st.
Life is Good!