Sunday, December 7, 2008

Christmas Time

There are many reasons I love where my hubby works. It's a family friendly place. I can take the kids there, let them run up and down the halls, and if they AREN'T laughing and screaming, people wonder why they are so quiet. He has wonderful co-workers, who spoil the kids with candy and toys. And.... this is the main reason I love where he works:

There is a beautiful light display, ever year, since 1930 that goes on display from the first Wednesday of December, until after the new year. And it is BEAUTIFUL! This year, they added five 12-feet tall Nutcrackers to the top of the building. It's amazing. It lays out the entire course of Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem, with lifelike figurines and a beautiful story, about the King of Kings. It's really something to see! If you live in the Central Ohio area, and have never gone down to see this display, I urge you to take your family; you won't regret it! :)

9 comments:

Christina said...

WOW! That looks positively amazing. It must be wonderful to see it, and even more wonderful to know the company he works for has those priorities. I wish I was close enough to come see it in person!

Fire Hunt said...

We need to do that.

4 Little Men and Twins said...

we've never been down there... maybe this year.:)

britt

Blueberry said...

ah yes, we drove by it once i believe. maybe if it isn't too cold one night we will go.... ha! isn't too cold! i crack myself up- of course it will be too cold! ;)

by the way, are you lovin' the snow?? ha ha ha!

Elaine A. said...

Oh man, that sounds and LOOKS! wonderful. Wish I could see it in person...

Maya said...

Wow! That's looks so cool!

Kellan said...

That IS beautiful - I love it too!

Take care - Kellan

CissaLynn said...

Awww! I love it! Call me crazy, but where is it? (I thought maybe the State House 'cause I have heard they do a display every year, but I have never been to it)! Let me know! :)

P.S. That sounds like such a great place where your hubby works!

Stacy said...

Oh how very neat! I love it when places to put so much effort into celebrating the season.