I was hoping that the Fifth Lamp photo for my 100th post would be of a lovely sunny day with big puffy clouds, but with the husband out of town last week and a stroller with no brakes I was unable to take a picture off of a very slanted bridge on a very busy road last week when we had that kind of weather.
This has been the vista for a few days anyway, and I should allow some honesty about the weather for when I look back on these pics in the future.
One thing about the rain, though I don't know if you can see it here, the forest along the river is a jungle of greeny goodness.
Now, on to the give-away.
I have figured out a way to satisfy my insatiable need to make toys without clogging up the kids' room with anything more.
I would like to give away a rocket.
I designed these last year and I had planned to make them for the craft show that I didn't get in.
The two choices are these: On the right we have a vintage flour sack (I bought it 15-20 years ago, and it was an antique then) and on the left we have the makings of a camouflaged rocket, unable to be detected against the night sky.
My kids really love these rockets and I would love to share them with you all out there.
Please leave a comment saying which color scheme you like better and I will pick a winner at random.
I will close the comments on Friday at 9:00 PM
Thanks for reading and commenting for these past 100 posts, and I hope that we can continue our conversations for many, many more.