Good! So I'm not the only one. This drives me nuts. There's even a guy here locally that takes photos of peoples houses and trailers (surprise) with those icicle lights still there in the middle of summer. Now that's some exterior decorating for ya! Okay, I'm done now. I'm calm.
My son moved to Florida some thirty years ago and said the hardest thing to get used to in Florida was Christmas. It didn't seem like Christmas to him then and I guess it still doesn't. This is a pretty place you have photographed.Yes, my wife told me it was against the law to drive and take photos but I told her I was looking through the viewfinder at where we were going and had one hand on the steering wheel.
Maybe the jolly old feller lives there in the summertime. You know it's awfully cold where he lives in the winter. Brrr. MB
I don't think it's ever too early for sparkly lights.
I guess so! There's a house in my neighborhood that never takes their lights down and it's really kind of annoying.
It looks like a very warm and welcoming shop. It sure beats homeowners who never take their lights and decorations down. That's a bit much.
I like a lot, and I love all the decorations bright and confess of let my lights to windows even after Christmas ...:-)Wonderful photo!!!
Never taking them down and never having to put them up again. Saves a lot of effort. A bit boring though.
Are you sure this isn't a year round Christmas decorations shop? ;-)
I think he is a nice guy! I love this decoration and if I could do the same here! :)*** My sweet friend Jacob , thanks so much for so wonderful poem that you left in my blog!You really understand my feelings and I'm so happy!You are a wonderful friend!purrs and love LUNA
Goodness. And I thought our shops were early when they started decorating, bringing out Christmas products and playing Christmas carols on September 1!
Is it Christmas, or just festive. It's warm. I like it ;)
I LOVE it! When Lorelei's mom was still at home, she kept a string of the little white lights run around the ceiling of her room and I always liked it.
Or too lazy to take off the decoration from last xmas? :)
Whatever next? Christmas 12 months a year? The world's gone mad...
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