# Holiday decorations
Healing and Joy With Holiday Lights
A small part of the Farwell's front yardPhoto byKari Farwell. There’s a house in Puyallup on a big corner lot that’s overrun with candy canes, snowmen, Christmas decorations, and so many lights that it takes two weeks to put them up. There’s a big red mailbox for letters to Santa, and the property is dripping with icicle lights. And that just barely scratches the surface. It’s a beautiful display made all the more special by the journey of the people who put it up for all to enjoy.
Crowds Enjoy Adorable Holiday Decorations Along 5th Ave in NYC
In this video, JamesandKarla show the crowds enjoying the adorable holiday decorations Along 5th Ave in New York City near Central Park.
This Chautauqua cabin was almost demolished by CU
Colorado Chautauqua hosts a Winter Fest for the Holidays each year. The festival featured their historic cottages with their associated holiday decorations. Each cottage is decorated in a holiday theme and is opened to the public with tickets. Cottage 811 was originally built at 1225 Grandview for the University of Colorado in 1924. In 2001, it was almost demolished. But was moved to Chautauqua.
The Broadmoor Hotel Is a Must-See Holiday Showpiece in Colorado Springs
The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado SpringsPhoto bythe author. (Colorado Springs, CO) The Broadmoor resort is fabulous in every season, but it is especially magnificent during the holidays.
Animated Winter Mountain
Halloween just ended two weeks ago, but we are already walking in a winter wonderland. Retailers are doubling down on the holiday season since this will be the first winter in which the entire country is opened up once again. To entice consumers to shop early and often over the next two months, retailers have taken the holiday decorations to the next level.
Thieves who steal Christmas decorations are also robbing families of their holiday spirit
Recently, someone stole a Santa Claus mannequin from a Watsonville, California grocery store. This occurred near 1:00 a.m. on Saturday. Fortunately, this incident was recorded capturing someone arriving at the front of the store by bicycle. The Santa Claus was connected to a tractor by zip-ties. The thief finally yanks it off and leaves.