His response startled me. Mostly by how animated he got.
"Or course not" he thundered back at me. Still, I had to ask him if he thought too many solar lights could be tacky in one's yard. Again, a firm no.
So that's his perspective on solar lights.
Tom seems equally determined that soon~ even from space all will be able to spot our home due to solar lighting. I'm trying to be a supportive wife.
Desert Steel always steals the show with displays that are sheer landscape art. Who wants ugly solar lights. Not I! Not you!
So I'm ecstatic for today's winner who will get three Desert Steel stellar solar lights (ARV $171) to light up their life.
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If I were a butterfly...
After I got my fill of nectar from "real" plants I'd find the nearest Desert Steel showpiece and stare to my hearts content.
Then I'd land on that stunning sculpture and rest my weary wings.
Because there's nothing random about the colors Desert Steel selects for their products. It's evident that ample thought and analysis was invested in choosing the right shade.
Take these teal solar lights. There's an "okay" shade of teal and then there's the Desert Steel version of teal. It's the Desert Steel hue you want every time!
Modern and marvelous, you'll love the eye-popping bold beauty of these three teal Daisy Solar lights adorning your yard.
Use indoors or out. Any place where you need a little illumination and inspiration!
And if you place outdoors, don't think these solar lights will rust on you. Banish the thought.
Mine have survived several Buffalo, NY winters and still look as sharp as the day I yanked them out of the box.
Solar light product features:
- Durable, all-weather steel construction
- Powder-coated color
- (2) Two super bright LEDs
- 20 Lumens of powerful light output
- 15X Brighter than standard 1.2 lumen solar lights
- 6000K delivers cool white light (like daylight)
- Solar powered, no wiring needed
- 10 hour run time, 6 hour charge time
- Replaceable AA rechargeable battery included
- Automatically turns on at dusk
- Measures 18” H x 11.5" W
While washing up the dishes, I look out my kitchen window. And what do I see?
My Desert Steel solar lights. And a few Desert Steel bird feeders. The color combinations are beautiful. Bold and bright color that costs me nothing to run.
Because you can't own too many solar lights. Pretty and practical you'll want one adorning every crease and corner of your landscape.
The perimeter of your yard. Illuminating your vegetable garden. In every pot, planter and window box.
And don't forget to illuminate your garden pathways. Hinting warmth and comfort with each step, solar lights make the garden an inviting and welcoming space.
Trust me, you want a little Desert Steel solar light bling. These solar lights are the brightest and best LED solar lights I've ever owned!
Finally...why I LOVE Desert Steel more than ever...
Before the kids get up, while it's still dark out, the first thing I do is read my Bible for 20-30 minutes.
This sets the right tone for my day. The calm before the hustle and bustle of life.
Recently, I was looking for a certain Bible verse to reflect on. Tom and I are making some big life decisions now and I needed the extra encouragement.
But I couldn't find it. I knew it was in Psalms, but didn't unearth it during my devotional time.
Then I went to write this post.
For some reason I was drawn to read the Desert Steel Mission & Values Statement. It was calling my name.
And there it was. My verse. The one that I have so often mediated on but couldn't find just hours before. And it's listed as the company verse.
Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it; unless the Lord guards the city, the watchman keeps awake in vain.
It never ceases to amaze me how God uses everything for His glory and our good!
Can I get an amen? Who's building your house?