Friday, July 6, 2018

Three's A Charm ... #BarAThon

I am taking part in the Blog-A-Rhythm Bar-a-thon challenge. The theme can be anything that requires grit and endurance, but not necessarily fitness related. And there are daily prompts. 

So my theme is simple, it's a blogging marathon about things to do with me in pictures, starting at one and ending at seven. 
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Today's prompt is Three's A Crowd, but instead I'm going to write on Three's A Charm.

I saw these Christmas ornaments going at a throwaway price last Christmas. I really didn't know what they would look like when I bought them, but I was intrigued and since they were so cheap I thought I would pick them up and check them out. 

These run on solar power and their battery life is very short, a couple of hours at best. So on a cloudy day, they pretty much stay unlit. 

But when the sun's out and the battery is charged up, they are a delight to look at in the dark. They sit on my window sill and I love looking at them.

In this case three is not a crowd, instead it's a charm!




Have you ever bought something with little expectation but turned out quite delightful? Share in the comments. 

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16 comments:

  1. Wow! Solar powered lights. That's amazing.

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    1. Thanks Neelstoria. Yep, Solar power is good.

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  2. Wow, these lamps look so beautiful, Suzy.

    Your admiration for these at your window sill is something that I can relate to when we light our homes up during Diwali with ornamental lamps.

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    1. Thanks Ashvini. I wish I had bought more, they could've doubled up as Diwali diyas- maybe I'll find them again at Christmas.

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  3. I love the twist ..and they look lovely :)

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    1. Thanks Zainab Glad you like them and the twist in my post

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  4. They do look lovely! What a joy it is to get more than your expectation!

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    1. Thanks Shilpa. Better than expected is good.

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  5. These are wonderful Suzy.. indeed a charm

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    1. Thanks Akshata glad you liked it.

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  6. That's a beautiful set of lights.

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    1. Thanks Sonia. Glad you liked them.

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  7. These are just delightful :) and solar powered is good.
    I LOVE angel lights and i love the patterns these lights throw everywhere!

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    1. Thanks Ishieta. I love the patterns too. They look so pretty.

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  8. What pretty lights these are. I've never really bought anything that turned out delightful....Perhaps the closest I've come to possessing something is the gift of a crystal nail file. I never imagined it would change the way I filed my nails forever.

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    1. Thanks Bellybytes. Your crystal nail file intrigues me!

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