Friday, October 25, 2019

Happy Halloween Weekend!

Our Halloween show has been in full swing for a few weeks now.  We were a little late setting up Bayou Blue Dancing Lights this year.  I blame band!!  This is our fifth year putting on a Halloween show. We originally had no intention of doing Halloween.  Our eyes were on Christmas!  We wanted a dancing lights show like the few we had seen around town and online.  Back in 2015 Clint ordered the Light-o-Rama controllers, and we started looking for ideas.  (Ohhh Halloween!  We can do a test run for Halloween?!  CAN WE??  We won't have to wait until Christmas to see how all of this works.....    so Halloween it was. ) Honestly, I like our Halloween lights way better than Christmas lights.  Everybody does Christmas but so few do Halloween and we are the one and only local house with a singing pumpkin.

This year has been rather quiet.  A few cars here and there, but no where near was it has been in the past.  We'll probably have some visitors this weekend with Halloween a week away.  I guess the hype is dying down and it's not new any more. We're thinking it's time to revamp and make some big changes for 2020....we shall see!   

Without further ado...    here's some better clips of our Halloween 2019 show.


  1. Its all cool looking! Lots of work I'm sure but worth the effort! Bet there will be a lot of Halloween parties this weekend. Good time to stay off the roads I think :)


  2. Wow! It's super amazing! I like to see his mouth talking and singing, sooo cute :)
    Thanks for the clips.

  3. Awesome, Mel! I would love to see it in person.

    Happy Halloween!

  4. Very cool!! I read an online post recently that predicted the end of Halloween. Seems as if more and more people don't participate. Hope that doesn't happen!

  5. Wow, your home is decorated so festive. So much color and variety. Since the kids are all grown, I don't do much Halloween décor any more, but at Christmas time, it's all decked out.


  6. Oh my goodness-this is SO much fun!!! I can't imagine how much work goes into this, but you must be the hit of the neighborhood!!! Happy (early) Halloween!