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NOT RUNNING - The show is NOT running tonight - Monday 12/5 due to pouring rain.
FREEZE - The computer that runs the show occasionally decides to freeze (about 3 times per year). If we're not outside we won't know about the freeze. If you're watching the show and nothing is happening (and no music) please call me so I can investigate (678) 457-8873.
The Christmas show will run nightly as follows:
Sunday through Thursday - from dark until 10:00 PM
Friday and Saturday - from dark until 11:00 PM
The show currently includes all 14 of our segments (songs and messages) and takes a little over 30 minutes. to watch.
As the number of visitors increases we will break the show into two shorter shows (12-15 minutes) to be scheduled for specific nights. We'll update this section when things change. 12/3/22 - We had one car actually have to wait 2 minutes tonight. Show will continue to run FULL until traffic picks up.
What about Weather?
We do our best to minimize the impact of rain, but there's always a chance that a huge storm could shut us down. Keep in mind that while a light rain could add an interesting element to the show, viewing through windshield wipers isn't the greatest experience.
Comments / Visitors
This section will include things like a shout out to the families that I meet while I'm out chatting with our visitors.
12/3/22 - I hade a great time chatting with folks who visited this evening. I really appreciate the time to chat with viewers but I appreciate it if you tell me to go away so you can watch the show. Here are some of the folks I met tonight: Nicki (she said she needed a boost tonight and our lights were exactly what she needed), and the Birozes and the Gillespie families. The show ended while I was engaged in a very long conversation with Amanda and Chad Rodriguez (Chad, I'll forgive you for choosing Star Wars over Star Trek because you said you loved my lights). I was blessed to meet a lot of first-timers and quite a few repeat visitors.
11/26/22 - At 9:30 PM I happened to look out and observe that the show was frozen. If you came around this time and encountered the freeze we apologize for the inconvenience.
11/24/22 - I just finished chatting with the first two viewers of our 2022 Christmas show. The Moon Family and the Barker Family. The Moon kids were the first to make a charitable donation in 2022. Thanks kids.
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