Christmas Decorations Down The Street

I went down the street yesterday, Wednesday, 12/14/22. It was a beautiful central Florida winter day. The lows have been in the 50’s F most days for the last month with highs usually in the 70’s F. Occasionally the high may go to low 80s like Wednesday. A breeze feels good and the high thin clouds are beautiful.

Down the street is a neighbor who loves to decorate his yard for holidays. Let’s stroll by his house for the Christmas decorations.

The yard’s theme is candy canes and snow. Since this is central Florida, it is of course faux snow.

It’s cute and attractive even during the day.

Merry Christmas!

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Carol

I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

24 thoughts to “Christmas Decorations Down The Street”

    1. I agree the inflatables spend most of the time flat on the ground which looks so sad. I wasn’t able to get back to take evening photos but everything in this yard has fairy lights on it. Looks pretty at night too.

  1. I have to admit, as someone who has spent most of her life in snow country but also lived two years in Florida, that I get such enjoyment out of Floridians trying to duplicate snow in Christmas decorations. Do people miss it that much? (I’m saying this with a big smile). I’ll trade our snow for those 70 degree temperatures. I miss the palm trees! Have a wonderful Christmas. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

    1. speaking only for myself – I love snowmen at Christmas and even made one out of boxes a few years ago. That doesn’t mean I miss snow. Oh NO! I love that I usually never have to scrap frost off my car!

  2. As I sit here trapped by this nor’easter (20″ predicted at my house), I can easily see why so many people here go there. There is so much freedom and fun and no isolation. Have a wonderful holiday!

    1. and I know you’re happy without snow! It is fun to use it and pretend. I certainly don’t want it for rea.

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