Power outages delight me. Literally and figuratively. Sure, I’m actually de-lighted in the sense that none of my lamps will work. However, it’s also a chance to get away from the bright lights that blind me and prevent me from seeing things how they were meant to be seen.

Have you ever noticed that when you go into a store, they use such bright lighting to show you their products? Whether it’s clothing, food, or anything else, you buy it because of the lighting they use. Then, you bring it all home and wonder if it’s even the same product.

Lighting can be deceiving. And what’s with so many light choices these days? If you’ve been to a home improvement store in Sherman Country recently, you already know what I’m talking about. There’s natural light, white light, yellow light, and the list goes on. How am I supposed to know which one to choose? I just want my home to be lit similarly to the way that God intended.



See the Light in Others

“See the light in others, and treat them as if that is all you see.” Wayne Dyer

There’s always light in those around you. Sure, some lights may be dimmer than others, but that’s what keeps everything interesting. That’s why there’s the saying that “Light travels faster than sound. That’s why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.”

How many vegans does it take to screw in a light bulb? Two. One to screw in the light bulb and one to tell you they are vegans.

Just as you turn on a light to see, you may need to turn on your charm to connect. When you treat others in such a way that allows their lights to shine brightly, you make the world a better place.

And if you can’t seem to find anyone with a bright light, you can always hide in your she shed for a while. It may be necessary to spend some time away from society. Recharge on your own before you make another attempt.



Light Up the Darkness

It was Bob Marley who told us to “Light up the darkness.” However, there’s another quote that also applies here.

Ernest Hemingway said, “We are all broken, that’s how the light gets in.”

It’s easy to feel as though you’re in a dark place when you are broken. We are all broken in one way or another. Accepting that and being open to new and exciting opportunities will let in the light.

How does a Karen screw in a light bulb? She puts it in the socket and expects the world to revolve around her.

Light can have healing powers, too.

Spend some time outdoors. Soak up some Vitamin D. If you can’t find something to do outside in Sherman Country, you’re not looking hard enough.

We’re the first ones to say that while we have quality erections for you to spend time in, it is important to get out there and explore a bit, too. Go hunting, boat around the Great Lakes, ATV around your property. Whatever it is that you do, embrace the light and enjoy yourself to the fullest.

If you notice a friend or family member who seems to have been delighted recently (that is, broken or depressed), invite them along. Do your part to light up the darkness.


Have Some Fun with Lighting

How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb? Just one. But the light bulb has to want to change.

Do the light bulbs in your home want to change? If they don’t, you might not want to bother with them. Wait until they are ready to be changed. Besides, light bulbs can be expensive. Don’t waste the money until they burn out. Only then should you deal with choosing a new bulb and a new look.

You do know that lighting can impact your mood, right? Hey, they don’t call it mood lighting for nothing. You can have more fun with some colored lights. With some of the new smart bulbs, you can customize the color within an app.

Choose blue for calming, red for romance, and so on.

You can do so much more than just light up the darkness if you’re creative enough.

carry lamp

Turn the Light on in Your Quality Erection

Yesterday, I crossed a road, changed a light bulb, and walked into a bar. My life is turning into a joke.

Did you know that the best way to see is to turn on a light? We highly recommend it.

The best way to see our quality erections is to explore them when it’s light outside. If you’re looking over some material that we’ve sent you or you want to explore the fine craftsmanship inside of our barns, turn on a light. We have nothing to hide. Get a close look at how we’ve put the extra effort into every nook and cranny.

If you check out a pole barn and they don’t offer to turn on the light, you should be very suspicious.

We’ll be honest with you. Some people like to be in the dark. We have customers all the time that ask for a pole barn strictly for storage. They don’t want to have electricity run to it because they don’t see the need. And that’s absolutely fine.

Children in the dark make mistakes. Mistakes in the dark make children.

However, if you want a she shed with a bit of light for reading at night, a lot of light for crafting (you don’t want to sprinkle glitter in the dark), or you want to have an outlet for a coffee maker (we vote heavily for coffee), we can absolutely make sure that you have electricity to your steel building.

In fact, we take a custom approach to every build. When you decide it’s time to get a pole barn, we’ll talk to you about the size and shape of the building as well as the finer details like running water and electricity to it. You can take on as many DIY projects with it as you wish, or we’ll take care of it all so that you can move everything in and be instantly pleased.

Don’t live your life with the lights off. Give us a call so we can shine the light on the reasons to work with us at Sherman Pole Buildings.

stolen lamp