Getting ready for Christmas in August?
I cannot believe that I am writing about the Christmas season in August when the sun is still shining (minus the solar eclipse yesterday), but it seems like the holiday season gets here earlier and earlier every year. And I decided that I hate waiting until the last minute to buy gifts, decorate, etc. So, here we are – in the summer – getting ready.
One part of this whole process is decorating. What is too early to put the tree up? And when do you reach out to a company to come and decorate your yard? When should I get someone to put up my Christmas lights? One thing I have learned is about this last issue – holiday lighting. I used to think I could do it well by myself (like Clarke Griswold in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation), but I have determined that I won’t risk my neck one more year. I’m not getting up on my roof ever again if I don’t have to. I’m 44 years old and I don’t think my balance is good enough to stay up there. Why break my neck when I can let other professionals take their own chances?
Anyway, I have learned that if you want to get a quality job done with Christmas lighting, you need to reserve your place early – like now. And I think I found the best company for this tedious job. I found a lawn company and holiday lighting company who specializes in making your lights just perfect. They are called Lubbock Roots (www.lubbockroots.com) and they have a stellar reputation for turning those lights on bright. But, they are not a fly-by-night company, which will just take your order in December. It turns out that they take reservations as early as now and when they run out of spots, they are done. So, I and several other people have already got our spaces reserved and I have to say that this company is as professional as I have encountered. They asked me a lot of questions about what my desires are and I was impressed that they can give me exactly what I am looking for.
So, I still need to do my gift buying and my tree decorating, but at least I have found my holiday lighting company – not bad for summer right?
I hope this helps all of you out there who are searching for a good company to do your Christmas lighting. If you have any other Christmas prep ideas for me, please feel free to comment. Thanks in advance.