TckrGuys saidWe have the Bliss light in blue. We are shining it on the front of the house. The problem is one is not enough, you need 2 or 3 to get the effect you see in the videos. Home Depot sells them for about $199 on their website and you can have it shipped to the store to avoid shipping charges.
Are you saying that it would take $600 to get that effect?
No wonder Charlie Brown said commercialism was ruining Christmas. We should be feeding and sheltering the homeless this time of year first, and then decorating after that.
Spare us the sanctimony. Exactly how many "homeless" - read, bums - will YOU be taking into your home this year???
I've had so many homeless friends in my life. When I came out, the gay community had a teen homelessness problem (and adults who started as homeless teens) that was more pressing than gay marriage, because at that time parents so often kicked their kids out, or people dropped out of high school and ran away from home. These were my peers as a teenager, and I wouldn't be who I am today without them. I still know people who struggle to stay in a home.
As for my plans this Christmas, I do always feel very giving this time of year, and especially this year because I have a little more cash than usual for the holiday. I've been giving money to pan handlers standing in the cold at the freeway exits. I see them every day, from my rusty car. Everyone who drives on the freeway sees them, and when you give your money to someone shivering in the cold you realize how cold it would be to just ignore them. Being able to give is the greatest feeling and it's part of the holiday spirit. I also buy toys for tots, which is an excuse to buy toys and imagine kids getting to have them. I suggest you get into this spirit. You'll feel good. It's better than $600 worth of Christmas lights.