This Family Set Up An Awesome Christmas Light Display With The Help Of “Let It Go”

In case you haven’t heard yet, there’s a very special family from Austin, Texas, who took their love for Frozen to another level. Christmas was near and they thought about doing something different and special that would surprise all the neighbors and impress everyone who was walking by. So they decided to synchronize their massive amount of Christmas lights to the tune of the Oscar winning song: “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen. You may have heard that song before, since it was pretty much continually played everywhere during an entire year. About three weeks were needed to install and program these beautiful and ultra green decorations (it only costs $6 in electricity to run it for the winter season.) This took a lot of time and effort, but the results were certainly worth it.

Christmas is a great time to get creative and impress everyone else with a good display of lights. Ever since I was a little kid, I was always jealous of the other houses that invested a lot of money in good lights and beautiful decorations. My family could barely make ends meet so there was just no money to buy fancy Christmas accessories. We had to be happy with our tree and a tiny nativity scene and that was all. When you’re a kid, it doesn’t really matter since you’re usually way more interested in what gifts you’re going to receive that precious day. But I’ve always promised myself that when the time comes and I find myself being the man of the house surrounded by my very own family, I’m going to go all out and spend a lot of money in Christmas decorations.

It may sound superficial and a waste of money for some people but for me, it easily translates into happiness. Making your house look pretty and having all your neighbors and friends talking about how creative your house looks is enough to make my day. I also want my children to enjoy Christmas as much as they can. When I got older, I would still enjoy Christmas, but not as much as I did during the best years of my childhood. I guess it happens to all of us, you think Christmas is the best thing every when you’re a little kid. You become a teenager and Christmas is not as good as it was, maybe because you have other things going on in your head and you believe your family is lame. As you get older, you start enjoying Christmas again as you did when you were a kid. I guess it’s a cycle that we all go through.

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