Friendly Christmas Lights Competition begins-Friday Night Update
Just as New Jersey 101.5 Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow had forecast...Friday afternoon in New Jersey is bitter cold, and very windy. I'll call it "raw."
But, that won't stop our jolly Christmas Lights competitors, I figure.
So, at 3:00, I put on many winter layers and head out...
... to find my awesome neighbors hard at work. It's a good way to (try to) stay warm.
Soon, we'll see Santa in the workshop window, wishing one and all a very "Happy Ho-Ho-Ho!"
Meantime, as the preparations continue, Niko and Bella are supervising...
...and serenading, too.
In wind like this...
...everything needs to be secured, immediately.
"FedEx Pat" promises that there's much more to come...and tells me that he plans on running the power cords on Sunday.
Meanwhile, down the street...
I catch "Cornershow Ginni" hard at work, too.
She promises that she and Bob will have the "tallest decorated tree in the neighborhood" this year.
I have to ask: Where's "Cornershow Bob?"
"He's getting a haircut."
I scratch my baseball-capped head...thinking...perhaps, he should also get a pre-decoration stress test.
Oh...and if your kids can't wait for Santa to appear in the workshop that "FedEx Pat" is providing...