Merry Christmas! It's the last Pink Saturday before Christmas and I really wanted to share some awesome Christmas light shows with you. These should be wonderful to share with our grandkids for fun, and with our senior parents – especially those who aren't able to get out to see real lights this year. (And yes, I spotted some pink shades among the reds, whites, blues, and greens. )
My senior dad would have totally LOVED this first one. As patriotic as all get out, and it includes the Navy song – his particular branch of the armed forces – along with the others that other beloveds of mine are proudly serving in.
I do love the Christmas music from Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Christmas Eve in Sarajevo, and this 2007 house light video definitely follows it wonderfully.
I especially enjoyed the Hudsonville Christmas light show with music from Michael W. Smith's Christmas Angels. The music is great, the lights are gorgeous, and the little "choir" of lights was so cute!
All were wonderful, weren't they! I can't begin to imagine the time (and money) that must have taken. I confess, I would never be able to do something like that. But I also admit that I enjoyed each very much and appreciated finding them on YouTube to share with all of us in the Sandwich Generation. A fun way of "caring for the caregiver" and our families! Merry Christmas!
P.S. Thank you so much for your comments. I appreciate them very much and read each one. I also do my best to reply to them all but, as you can imagine, there are times (many times, lately :) ) when caregiving needs do not allow for that. Thank you for your patience and your sweet comments.