Monday, December 7, 2020

Monday Moment - 2020 Christmas Light Challenge

Twas a lovely Friday here in TX. I had a vacation day, and Ray and I went to the Kimbell in the morning (post on that coming up Wed).  Came home, ate a yummy take out lunch from Italianni's (the name says it all), and then proceeded to light up the place.
Pretty day, no jacket required. No wind.  Ray had a backyard vision and as you can see from my not so awesome night photos, we have the Christmas spirit. 
Lots of shiny and bright glow
Our evening lights bring joy as we contemplate December, this whole year, and life in general. 

My elf Ray has thrown down the light gauntlet. I'll look for other posts from you, my blog friends - and that includes lighting the menorah for Hanukkah (Robyn). 

Take care and let's have a good week. 

P.S. Yes, today is December 7th, a Day that will Live in Infamy - President Franklin Roosevelt. 

Pearl Harbor Remembrance


  1. He did a great job - looks very festive.
    Yes, Pearl Harbor day, hopefully not forgotten in the middle of this mess.

    1. Thanks - Ray had fun with lights.
      In regards to Pearl Harbor Remembrance - I didn't see anything about our current Prez choosing to acknowledge. Sigh!

  2. Haha. I love it - the beautiful festive, lit backyard of yours, and the Hanukah menorah challenge.

    Cheers to you and your big elf, Joanne.

  3. What heart warming pics Joanne, so pleased you and Ray had that wonderful day.... hopefully many more on the horizon.
    Take care both of you.

    1. thanks. The good weather always helps with options for fun. All the best to you

  4. Nice decorations Joanne, wish I could be there with y´all! Hope to see you guys soon!

  5. Hi Joanne - looking forward to the Kimbell post ... but Ray has done you proud with your lights ... they certainly brighten up the neighbourhood and your own home thoughts -enjoy. Take care - Hilary