If there’s one Christmas truth people of all ages agree on, it’s this: twinkle lights at night = magic. And ever since the advent (see what we did there?) of strings of electric Christmas lights, a nighttime walk or drive to take in the beauty of neighborhood light display has been a tradition for families everywhere.
Stopping to admire Christmas lights is truly the winter equivalent of stopping to smell the roses, and at this busy time of year it’s more important than ever to find ways to slow down, be present, and enjoy what’s unique about the season.
Whether you walk through your neighborhood or take a drive around town, stay warm and cozy with a cup of hot cider, cocoa or tea while you take in all the twinkle and sparkle. Cheers!