December 11, 2020
Maybe for years you have wanted to share the Festival of Lights where you live or maybe you want to simply go for a drive and share your neighborhood lights. If this is you, the I hope this idea brings you joy in your heart and you have the opportunity to try it out!
Would you love to see the holiday lights with more friends and family than ever before? Would you love to share the experience with someone who is in a different state or not able to go out for the evening?
This year, let’s take a drive together and see holiday lights in a new way by adding video calls to the mix! Invest the time to be together in the same care and share the fun and your view virtually!
You may be asking, how would this work?
I have done this with my family at Oglebay Park in West Virginia and it was amazing! We had a 10 car caravan, each of my brothers and sisters in their own separate car with their families connected through our zoom video call! We had conversations easily and lined up our vehicles to stay together for the entire journey as a group. My sister and her husband were even able to lead us through a personal guided tour of the lights! We enjoyed sharing stories about our favorite lights in real time together. Our parents were able to travel with all their kids and grandkids together and be involved in all conversations for the very first time ever! We even had a few family members who attended the even from a distance, from their home and other states, to see the lights with all of us by a few of us simply flipping our cameras around so they could see what we were all seeing!
BONUS TIP: Consider adding battery operated holiday lights to your vehicle to share with others that you are all traveling together!
I personally recommend this as an amazing holiday activity and a new way to connect 4 the holidays!
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