Thank you all for the nice and original comments. The wordplay with the numbers made me smile. There was a preference for the odd numbers, especially for seven. There were eleven reactions ( if I count the three from Egmont for one). And that´s my number.( I was born on the 11th). And no, it was not really a "hat or random number"give away.
Ralf: You've used all numbers. Great!
Connie: Thanks for passing by and welcome to my blog.
Kelly: Yes, up to the next 200. I do my utmost...
Jo: Love your "6s and 7s". I noticed your wishing...
Sharon: Your "mathematically challenged" and the "#8 sneaking in " are beautiful. I'm wondering if I made 100 numbers what would be your number? "Je ne sais quoi".
Karen: That's a beautiful haiku.
Egmont: You've discovered the use of mathematical paper!
Black and white: Love your 36 hearts......
Donna: Sure you can write. I love it. It's a beautiful children song. But how do the 4 horses divide the 5 bales of hay and the 6 carrots, without getting a quarrel? (asked the child in me)
Seth: Thank you . And being featured on Create Mixed Media was by the message on your blog. (so, I owe you a dime!)
Annie: That's a nice "short story". While making the numbers I too had the association with trains and the railway. Nice you saw an exclamation in the image of number 3. But it actually is the beginning of 5 sneaking in.
Finally: the winners: Ralf, nr 7, Sharon: nr 1 and Donna (please let me know which nr you prefer because 7 goes to Ralf). Congratulations!
Be sure, it was hard to make a good decision. My criteria: Not derived from something else, fresh and unusual.