and … CREEEPY
That is how you can describe some of the lights we saw in Brownsville, Tx. this Christmas.
Remember the old-fashioned lights from yesteryear? Well, this is them on steroids.
Lit up, they looked beautiful.
This was the side of somebody’s garage and their front window.
This was a very large Nativity scene.
This trailer parked in front of a house made us wonder how they made the money to pay for their fancy country club house.
It was nice to see the ones who went all out.
This Santa with the reindeer in mid-flight looked cool.
This was a garden in someone’s back yard.
This tiny ladder caught my eye.
These tiny creatures climbing a ladder to the roof had to have been the most adorable decorations I saw.
Some houses looked spectacular in just plain white lights.
While others jazzed it up a bit with bright colors.
This house lit up one corner on Boca Chica Blvd.
This house was beautifully decorated.
The girls put the reindeer’s size into perspective when they stood by it.
This was the sight I longed to show them: Christmas lights reflected off a resaca’s surface. A resaca is the kind of bodies of water we have down here in this tropical area.
We live in a tropical area so seeing a decorated palm tree was nice. This one was 40 feet tall. They had to have thrown the ornaments up there because they were waaaay up there.
This was a regular tree but the lights created the illusion of a palm tree.
These girls were pooped and tried to sleep on the way back to Port Isabel.
Tried to, anyway.
The night I took this picture was the night the father of these beautiful twins was injured in a horrific 30-foot fall. His back was broken and he is paralyzed. Please pray for him, these girls and their mom and brother. If you can contribute to the fund that was set up to help them with the incredible blow that has befallen them, please donate whatever amount you can to the : “William A. Plouffe Fund” at Lone Star National Bank – gift account 2905004843. He is in critical condition and the family needs your help badly. If you and 99 other people give just $5.00 that would be worth a million to us. These girls are only 13 and their world has been rocked by this tragedy. Their daddy was the major breadwinner and now Mom has taken a leave of absence from her Walmart job to be by his side. There is no other income but what is donated out of the goodness of people’s hearts. Please help them for as time passes, people’s interest will wane but their dad’s condition will stay very, very serious. Thank you for your kindness and know that we appreciate everyone’s prayers. May God bless you and your family as well as the family of these beautiful girls who brighten up a room like a ray of sunshine when they enter it. Have a blessed Christmas.