Yesterday was Day 51 of the Papa’s Walk Challenge.
As I continued walking, I noticed that a few houses left their holiday lights up year-round – they just didn’t turn them on.
In fact, one house had an outline of Santa on the roof, trimmed in lights that are probably only lit in December. I also came across two, forgotten and badly faded wooden reindeer that were still posed on someone’s front porch.
There’s something intriguing about seeing holiday decorations in the summertime. Why do you suppose people leave them up year-round? Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to create the backstory and post it here.