If warm weather, birdsong, and a few early buds on the trees haven’t gotten you thinking spring, knowing that Easter is coming should do the trick! Bright, pastel Easter colors are a nice departure from the deep tones of winter. You’ll find these happy shades blooming in Easter dresses and other spring clothing, baskets with artificial straw, jellybeans, candy coatings and seasonal sweet treats, and egg coloring kits. So while you’re preparing for Easter egg hunts, church services, and chocolate overload, it’s great to know you can add bright, safe LED lighting to your decorations—in colors that perfectly match the season.
As autumn descends into Fall, and long bright days pave way to dark evenings, a lot of parents are going to be awakened by their small child’s newly developed fear of darkness. According to WebMD, fear of the dark typically manifests itself around the ages of 2-3 when children reach the stage of brain development where the imagination takes off, but isn’t yet experienced enough to discern reality from non-reality.
A marriage is all about the relationship, but a wedding is all about the atmosphere. While you’re planning the venue, dresses and tuxes, flowers, and the reception DJ, don’t forget about enhancing the atmosphere with LED Christmas lights—an easy and safe addition to your celebration’s decor. Consider all the elements you can illuminate: trees and shrubs, dining tables, arbors, ceiling and rooflines, and much more. Get started by matching your light selection to your decorating themes.
As the snow melts away, everyone gets spring fever! If you’re just now taking down your Christmas lights as part of a spring-cleaning initiative, you may have thought neighborhood vandals picked your yard to demonstrate their spring fever. That’s what one of our customers thought when he found cut cables and damaged bulbs!
Dealing with the loss of a child is by all accounts is the most difficult tragedy a parent can ever face. I watched the terrible pain that my father and step-father endured when my little brother lost his life to sudden brain aneurysm. He died on his fifth birthday. People handle dealing with the loss of a loved-one in different ways. Some people keep a personal affect of their loved one; others build permanent memorials; and some develop foundations or engage in other charitable work in memory of their loved one. Because of the loss of my brother and watching the unbearable grief that my parents endured when my brother Robbie died so unexpectedly I feel great compassion for people I meet who have lost children.
It’s is amazing how many uses people find for products that are not even remotely related to the product’s intended purpose. We frequently receive phone calls and emails from customers who ask us questions about our products and occasionally inform us of new and interesting uses for LED Christmas lights.
Green-blog.org is a multi-author blog site and forum that provides useful information and interesting discussion about environmental issues. The site is developing a strong and dedicated user base who provide lots of great content. The site just announced a tree planting and membership drive program.
The concept, or perception, that a symbol must only have one meaning to all people is nonsensical. However, this phenomenon is very common. Take the modern Christmas tree for example. A Christmas tree is simply any variety of evergreen tree, that is cut and placed in the home during the winter holidays. Or is it? Some argue it is a symbol of Christianity. Others argue it is a symbol of heathen pagans. Some say the evergreen tree violates basic constitutional principles. In reality, the evergreen or Christmas tree represents many things to many people, and its history in our culture is as long and varied as the modern arguments about its purpose.
Developing and installing attractive decorative lighting for your wedding day, or other special occasion, can be challenging. Traditional lighting solutions are limited by battery life, weather, and extension cords lengths. This often makes it difficult or impossible, to achieve the type of lighting affects you want for your event, without unsightly extension cords or lots of maintenance.