Stargazers your time is now

Star light, star bright,

The first star I see tonight;

I wish I may, I wish I might,

Get the wish I wish tonight

Starlight, Starbright a throwback to childhood memories when nursey rhymes about wishing upon a star seemed a perfectly natural thing to do – where did that innocence go. The things we wished for back then and the things we would wish for now have changed dramatically from simple things like being a princess or a cowboy we have moved on to winning the lottery or being a celebrity or worse.

The one thing that has remained constant throughout however many years this change from childhood to adult may be – is the night sky- and those very same stars we wished upon then are still there now still shining brightly and waiting for our wishes.

Fast forward to 2019 autumn is here and winter is approaching and you are really pleased with yourself for taking the plunge during the light nights of summer and contacting BI-Fold Door Prices and having them install your beautiful new Atlas Lantern light. The flat roof originally planned for the family room extension would have made the room seem boring and empty but now with the addition of the Atlas Lantern light it has come alive as the vibrant central room of the house. It not only looks good it lets in so much light and heat that it transforms the new extension from just a room to “the room that the whole family wants to spend more time in” which is just what a family room should do.

For as pleasing as your new lantern light may be in summer and autumn, the best may be yet to come – picture the following scenario – a dark, clear and starry December night in the run up to Christmas – the room is warm and comforting – all the lights are switched off, some haunting soulful mood music is playing quietly in the background, a large glass of your favourite wine is to hand and you stretched out on a rug of your choice, gazing at the jet black sky with its masses of stars twinkling for your pleasure. The moment is temporarily broken by the arrival of your wife and two young children who are unable to sleep because of the excitement of the forthcoming Christmas – they all snuggle down on the rug beside you it’s so cosy and warm and natural, particularly when you amaze your children with your knowledge of the constellations pointing and naming stars (using a little poetic licence to assist where you have no answers) .Just when you think life could not be any better – you see it – a shooting star blasts across the heavens and you are transfixed – the children spontaneously burst into song

Star light, star bright,

The first star I see tonight;

I wish I may, I wish I might,

Get the wish I wish tonight

 

 

you need to use this star and make a wish but there is only one wish you can think of –

“I WISH THAT I HAD BOUGHT THIS ATLAS LANTERN LIGHT FROM BI FOLD DOOR PRICES YEARS EARLIER”

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