Loc: New Hampshire
ok, I haven't started yet, but this week we pull the decorations out of storage. About 3 boxes of lights- arrr ha ha ha! And we just came back with some lighted reindeers and 6 - 20ft rope lights, hmm... let the competition begin!<br><br>Anybody else starting and has decorated their house yet?<br><br><br><br><br>
Loc: In Your Servers
The tree is up and tinsil on the cat broken bulbs on the floor,trains running,trains off the track don't touch that daddy will do it,son <br>Christmas Has begun <br>The outside this weekend I will do my high wire act covering as much of the house front and back bushs trees and srubs with lights,no doubt I will have to pick up more at the store <br>The electic company loves me this time of the year<br><br>
Got the lights up in the windows. Gonna pick up a tree this week (been using an artificial tree for the last 4 or 5 years, but we decided to get the real deal this year). At least this year there's a break btwn Chanukah and Xmas. *whew* <br><br>If I could figure out how to embed an MP here (my dumb), I'd post the radio spots I just did a few weeks ago for a Christmas ornament manufacturer in New Mexico. Not bad for a nice jewish boy, huh?<br><br>
Got the tree up, got all the misc. decorations up... now I just have to finish the outdoor lights and the over 40 Coca-Cola Town-Square Collection buildings and 30 CCTSC accessories to go with it... I've been collecting them for years and my wife got into it so much that she is buying and selling them on ebay. Some are quite valueable (we found one going for $800). Will post photos/video when completed.<br><br><br>Visit me here!
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