Every square inch of this yard is filled with some sort of doo dad. I'm imagining that whoever did this put a lot of work into it, not to mention a significant financial investment.
A small snowman on the porch with a digital "Ho, Ho, Ho" message. Isn't that Santa's line?
There is different holiday music playing on each of the two street sides of the display.
To apporach the front steps, one must walk through this blow-up facade complete with "snow" blowing through the window areas.
Something tells me that this is NOT Martha Stewart's west coast place but it made me smile and Loree says that things that make you smile are good things ergo this is a good thing, right?
Notice the signs honoring the various branches of the armed forces. Nothing says patriotism quite like Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and lighted mint candies.
This house is also decorated to the hilt for Halloween. We'll visit next fall.
The creche (Nativity Scene) complete with a glowing angel and candle, and, of course, Frosty the Snowman. So is Tigger the inn keeper welcoming the shepherds?
Notice that there are also lights on the surface of the roof to greet people or aliens flying over the house.
This display reminds me of my own gardening style: See plants that I like, bring them home and squeeze them in wherever I can find an iota of space. I promise to edit, I promise to edit, I promise to edit. On the other hand, that's kind of how plants grow in nature, right? Anyway, I hope you got a giggle from this show. Can you imagine the wide eyes of a small child walking through this? Warms my cold, hard, black little heart - a little.