Houses and businesses all lit up

Posted on December 7th, 2011 by Editor


While there are some dads in the neighborhood who still haven’t gotten the lights out of the attic, or might be untangling them as we speak, many dads and families (and businesses for that matter) have already assembled their holiday light display for the season. Here are some festive examples below:






  • Not_a_dad

    “dads”? Oh right, moms can’t do stuff like that.

  • Not_a_dad

    “dads”? Oh right, moms can’t do stuff like that.

  • Kevin Rinderle

    Thanks to all the merchants who paid cold hard cash to have QA Ave. lit up and make it festive…Please remember to shop local and support the merchants that make the neighborhood such a great place to live.

  • Kevin Rinderle

    Thanks to all the merchants who paid cold hard cash to have QA Ave. lit up and make it festive…Please remember to shop local and support the merchants that make the neighborhood such a great place to live.

  • Not a dad too

    Right on Not_a_dad… Gee wonder who hung the light on my house a garage while “dad” was working???

  • Not a dad too

    Right on Not_a_dad… Gee wonder who hung the light on my house a garage while “dad” was working???

  • not offended

    Guys, relax. I had a single mom who did all this after my dad suddenly passed away, yet I am not offended by this. Such predictable Seattleites. If you think of Clark Griswold from Christmas Vacation you will forget to be offended and remember to laugh. I think those are the dads we’re talking about here.

  • not offended

    Guys, relax. I had a single mom who did all this after my dad suddenly passed away, yet I am not offended by this. Such predictable Seattleites. If you think of Clark Griswold from Christmas Vacation you will forget to be offended and remember to laugh. I think those are the dads we’re talking about here.

  • Single Mom

    The lights are festive and fun in my yard too. I’m a single mom, homeowner, and yes, I put the Christmas lights out there myself. OK, I wasn’t willing to get on a ladder to put the lights on my roof line, but my yard lights are awesome.

  • Single Mom

    The lights are festive and fun in my yard too. I’m a single mom, homeowner, and yes, I put the Christmas lights out there myself. OK, I wasn’t willing to get on a ladder to put the lights on my roof line, but my yard lights are awesome.

  • Susie

    Love all the decorations! Thanks businesses and neighbors for making the hill so festive 🙂

  • Susie

    Love all the decorations! Thanks businesses and neighbors for making the hill so festive 🙂

  • Jc

    Please get with the times – this is not The Beavers and Moms are frail domestic slaves. Well this not a dad gets the tree, puts up the lights, does the shopping, wrapping, and the cooking! Fortunately my dear Jewish husband puts up with all of the fluffery around a Christian consumer driven holiday. Seriously, next year I’ll be on the beach in Hawaii!

  • Jc

    Please get with the times – this is not The Beavers and Moms are frail domestic slaves. Well this not a dad gets the tree, puts up the lights, does the shopping, wrapping, and the cooking! Fortunately my dear Jewish husband puts up with all of the fluffery around a Christian consumer driven holiday. Seriously, next year I’ll be on the beach in Hawaii!


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