I've spent the past couple of days squeezing in all the Christmas-related activities I could think of- seeing "A Christmas Carol" at the Canton Players Guild with my parents, reading 'Twas the Night Before Christmas and about 20 other holiday stories to my niece after baking a huge batch of chocolate chip cookies, drinking a Starbucks peppermint mocha, wrapping presents with my niece and nephew, and seeing this awesome Christmas light display:
The display was really neat- you drive up to the house and they have a sign up in the front yard telling you which station to tune the radio to. The lights are synced up to a whole bunch of songs- we sat there for about twenty minutes and never saw/heard the same one twice. If you're in Canton, Ohio, you should check it out- it's on Saratoga Hills Dr, off of Werner Church. Take a toy with you- the family that set up the display put a box out front, and they're accepting donations for Toys for Tots. There's a news story here on the light display, and on a couple of other houses doing something similar. My favorite part of the story is the quote by the owner of the house- "This is how Americans do Christmas."
It's been fun seeing the light displays in Ohio, but on our way out of Singapore, we also got to check out the decorations at Changi Airport, which, I must say, were elaborate but kind of weird.
|Christmas ornament/rocking horse pegasus/fish?!|
|Ah, the traditional Christmas teapot|
|Bryan, Crystal, and the magical holiday teapot|