One thing us South Africans know very well is being in the dark. Yes, the darkest Africa gets a lot darker during power load shedding. That's what the government calls it when they wilfully shut down power because the power supply can not meet demand. We won't go into the very depressing reasons. Gotta look on the bright side!! Oh wait - there's no light to see the bright side!! LOL - need to have a sense of humour about these things.
Anyway, enough complaining, on to my new, very appropriate, image for Digistamps4Joy, Storm Lantern:
The layout is from The Sweetest Things #247 (layout blog):
Here's the free quote to use as you wish (not for re-sale as a digital image):
PS: Here's my kitchen counter to wrap Christmas presents during load shedding:
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