they really need to add some lights ...
May your holidays be as bright as that house.
and the cars probably never stop driving by that house each evening
we use to go all out and decorate until my husband fell off the ladder.
I like your scene, I am thinking it came from the front of a Christmas Card.You 'blizzard' aftermath pictures were nice too. I am glad you didn't get any more snow than you did.Merry Christmas to you and Hubby!..[I am not doing WW, I quite that last summer or so.]
Wow! It is very pretty and sparkly. :)
naw!..i don't think so mr. jim!the top picture has our beloved teach's name written on the bottom left hand corner and in THIS picture, for some reason, she has cropped it off.although mr. jim, it certainly would do for a christmas card!it is so beautiful!..love terryps mary t, can you see why i could never join wordless wednesday?for sure and i am too much of a long winder!!
That IS really decorated! Love it. Glad I don't have their electric bill.
Wowee, that's an awesome display!
Awesome! Happy Christmas!
Wow ... what a LOT of colorful lights and decorations ;-)Hugs and blessings,My (almost) Wordless Wednesday
Oh Mary, I would LOVE to see that in person. I just adore Christmas lights!!!!
Unbelievable ! What a work !! They certainly won a prize !
Is this your house?! Wow, someone had an ambitious husband. I couldn't even get mine to hang one strand of lights on our rain gutter this year. :(I hope you have wonderful Christmas!If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.
I'd love to see that house, yet I don't think I'd want to live next door....so many cars stopping...so much traffic. ha ha
Wow what a bright display. merry Christmas to you.I have a song for you on my At home site, a special Christmas morning treat on my Kitchen site and a Christmas card on my Garden site. Have a wonderful day.
Merry Christmas, Mary!Love and peace,Gina aka Pagan SPhinx
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