Saturday, November 7, 2009
Monday, December 29, 2008
Sunday, December 28, 2008
The Carol of the Bells played at the Epcot Arches is just beautiful!! I think it was the idea that set me in motion for my own musical light display. People sit or stand and watch the lights and music in total awe!!!
My family is so very fortunate to be able to see Christmas at DisneyWorld every year. My husband, Steve, has been there 30 years and lucky us!!! We get a Silver Pass every year. The beauty of the flowers, decorations and special events cannot be captured in words or on film. I still stand with tears streaming down my face every time I witness a fireworks display and listen to the music that goes along with it. It is a wonderous event to me!!! I hope you enjoy them too.
This is my front yard. I have always loved the syncronized lights at Epcot. I happened to see a few of the light displays online (You Tube) and wondered exactly how they made their lights go on and off to music. I thought it might be a computer program. I just happened to see a light set at Penneys. It explained there were 6 outlets for sets of lights and a speaker. I bought it. There were no instructions. I had seen how the lights worked out at the Epcot Arches so I had an idea of how it all works. Two hours later, I was done. The neighbors all love it. People stop in their cars to watch. There are about 10 songs with it. Then I made my own cd with 20 Christmas songs. I attach my cd player to it and it plays my personal favorites. I love it!!!
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
There were so many Franklin Gulls and Pellicans it was amazing!! Mary called the pellicans the "Biker Dudes" because they moved around in a pack. Steve called them the "Pellican Possee".There were thousands and thousands of schools of baby fish and the gulls hovered over them and dived into them. The little fish moved in huge dark clouds. We watched them move around the pilings and the dock for hours. When the birds would fly over them, they would jump right out of the water and try to get away. It looked and sounded like a rain shower on the water.