Christmas is right around the corner, and we all know what that means. It’s time to decorate the home, put up the Christmas tree, and go shopping for the perfect Christmas presents for our family members. While millions of people in the United States celebrate Christmas, we all know that there are some families that take this holiday a bit more serious than others.
A family in Texas has taken their home’s Christmas decorations to an entirely new level. The suburban Texas family decided to place thousands of LED lights all over their home. The front yard of the property has been decorated with over a dozen pine trees that light up white, and there are also two other trees that are decorated with colorful Christmas lights and ornaments. Giant snowflakes cover the front of the home, and they light up as well.
However, these decorations alone are not what makes this house special. Just last year, the hit Disney movie ‘Frozen’ proved to be a blockbuster success in theaters across the world. ‘Frozen’ was memorable for a number of different reasons, but the movie’s featured song ‘Let It Go’ was extremely popular among the film’s fans. The residents of the suburban home in Texas decided that it would be a cool idea to put together a light display that was in sync with the song ‘Let It Go.’
As Christmas nears closer, millions of people around the world are beginning to get into the holiday mood. A YouTube video of the suburban Texas home has gone viral. Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter have helped spread the word about the incredible Texas Christmas home. While the home is covered in mainly Christmas decorations, there is one thing about this home’s look that has people a bit confused. A social media user asked why there was a giant cactus alongside the rest of the Christmas decorations.
The residents of the suburban home stated that they live in Texas, and they can get away with it. Also, the husband and wife happen to love cacti, and that’s why the desert plant is prominently displayed alongside Christmas trees and snowflakes. Nonetheless, anyone who is a fan of Frozen should check out the incredible Texas Christmas home on YouTube.