The Tacky/Mucho Christmas Lights Tour continues.  I saw some doozies tonight in one Hendersonville neighborhood.  I must clarify that a home decked in Mucho Lighting is not necessarily "tacky."  Mucho is good when done right.  Fortunately for us, lots of people don’t know how to do it correctly.

Did purple/lavender become a Christmas color at some point Imgp0359_1 and nobody told me?  (I know it looks more blue-ish in the picture, but, they’re very purpley.


"Honey….where do you want me to put all this stuff?" said Bubba.  "Aw sheeeeeeut," said Shelia,(the Daughter said that was a good girl redneck name) as she lit up another cigarette. "Just throw it out in the damn yard and plug it in.  It’s purty." Houses like this aren’t good for those of us who suffer from Astigmatism to view.  I’m still seeing spots.


I think Earl lives here.  Yes, it’s a little blurry, but, I was intrigued by the green on the bushes.  Even more intriguing was the "Finding Nemo" sheet hanging in the window. That’s what the red is. I wish it’d have come out better.

I could do a whole post of nothing but houses decked in blue. Imgp0356  People in the Nashville area dig em some blue Christmas lights.  I don’t get it either. 

Imgp0342  Hop aboard the Santa Train!