Do you know when it’s the best time to peruse the Rotary Lights Display at Riverside Park? Approximately 9:05 p.m. on a seasonably mild Saturday night when the crowds have gone to bed.
Do you know when Santa goes to bed? Yeah, neither did we, but apparently, he hits the sack at 9:00 p.m. because he can’t hang with us night owls.
Still, there’s something magical about this family tradition, so after recovering from the initial disappointment of missing Santa, I decided to enjoy all 3 million lights the only way I know how: by skipping, singing, running, dancing, jumping, and repeating. That is, after all, the proper protocol if you want to feel the magic.
Looks like everyone had a great time! I’d like to take Carter to see the lights soon. Jaeger, is there a light display that we HAVE to see? Merry Christmas Goodenough family!
Hi, Mrs. Kurschner! Thanks for reading my blog!! You should definitely take Carter to the lights! They were all pretty fun, but be sure to check out the LED tree and the fire-blowing dragon. (It’s real fire and Carter will like that!)