Christmas Lights in March? Why not?

By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor

While traveling on business with a friend, we decided to take a slight detour and were unexpectedly rewarded. I forgot my camera. Fortunately he had a spare to lend. A few pictures were, of course, obligatory.

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© 2019 Darren Smith
© 2019 Darren Smith
© 2019 Darren Smith
© 2019 Darren Smith
© 2019 Darren Smith
© 2019 Darren Smith
© 2019 Darren Smith

By Darren Smith

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15 thoughts on “Christmas Lights in March? Why not?”

  1. Nice! And good to remind people the true purpose is useful year round. I wonder what the anti’s of the left do with that time besides burning symbolic secular effigies

  2. OMG! As a “dyed in the wool” Christmas fanatic (my Christmas village stays up permanently), I really love this. Christmas makes me happy and I feel happy all year in my house. It’s wonderful to see others keep that going. Peace and good will are always needed.

  3. I’ve heard of Peeping Toms, but this is the first time I’ve seen actual evidence of deer window peepers! Great photos!

    1. One Adam 12, One Adam 12.
      Numerous peeping Tom incidents reported.
      Suspects have large black eyes, furry tricolor bodies, are wearing cloven running shoes and hats with askew earflaps.

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