It is captioned,
"We may be different as night and day, but I value our friendship in every way!"
I was inspired to submit this for the challenge, given the description given by the co-host Linda (who is Gemma, via her blog, which can be found here: http://gemmashouse.blogspot.
"We are at the half way point between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. I love the SUN and honor the many celebrations beckoning the return of the sun, and preparing for the upcoming Spring... melting of January snows... It is a time of awakening, of new life, of new potential. A rebirth of light."
I wanted to submit this particular greeting card, because it indicates change. There are very different elements between these two friends (literally, night and day), and they each make me think of different seasons.
Come Spring and Summer, Miss Sunshine on the right will be featured more and will stay out later. "The return of the sun," and, "A rebirth of light," as the challenge describes.
Once Winter is done, Miss Nighttime will not come out to play as much, for she won't be appearing until night (as late as nine at night, or midnight, in some countries!).
So, in any case, this image of them talking/playing made me think of how they are friends despite competing for the chance to make the world lighter or darker, and as it made me think of the "halfway point between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox."
Thank you as always to the Inspiration Avenue team, for great postings, great ideas, and inspiration all of the time.
I'll close with some links:
This card, along with other such cards, at my site:
Inspiration Avenue for this week (where it's possible to see challenge entries, as well as post your own):
Thanks for reading (-:
(EDITED TO ADD: Formatting and font right now will not co-operate, so my apologies, but hope you enjoy it despite of text annoying-ness.)