Well, I know what those lights mean: Gratulerer med dagen, Protege! Many happy returns!
Thank you so MUCH Keera, your wishes are greatly appreciated.;) My special day was a while ago, but I still love those days, even though I rather not think that much about the number anymore.;) And receiving happy blinking badges makes the years go backwards, at least in my heart.;)
Protege,...You are so much fun!! Thank You for sharing your 'Happy Blinking Badges'. They put a smile on my face too!
These are great! Enjoying the child inside must be so much fun!
That's a lot of blinking in the video! I thought you were trying to hypnotize me!I love those kinds of things. I have a shoebox where I keep things like this that I'm not quite sure what to do with, but don't want to get rid of. I know I have one blinking badge in it: a Budweiser one from my where my sister used to bartend. The shoebox also has a little frog that you show to people and then when they look closely at it, you squeeze it and it squirts water out of its mouth. I am 7 years old.
Oh, those look great! I'm going to have to get those blinking badges handed out to the astronomers here that work on the summit. 1) It'll cheer everyone up and 2) when we're outside in the pitch dark checking out the conditions we won't be bumping into each other!
Holly, I am happy that I can be considered fun! Aren’t they just hilarious?;)Michelle, I am a child deep down, sometimes I wish I were on the outside as well.Mel, maybe I am! I love that you have a box with all these things in it; I think I might have to makes myself a box like that too. Please stay 7 years old.;)Tom, what a great idea; if you do, remember to line all your co-workers up and tell them to turn on their badges while you take a picture and then post it on your blog.;))
How fun! You are so sweet.
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