Her entire yard is now a winter wonderland
She says she's only carrying on a tradition, passed down from someone very special...
Diana Whites house SCREAMS holiday season.
"I just wanted to make everyone remember how joyous Christmas is," White said. "How wonderful it can be and that things like this can bring a smile to your face."
But that isn't the only reason White spent three months and over thirty thousand lights to turn her yard in to a winter wonderland.
"It is a lot of fun," she said. "It brought back a lot of memories of working on the lights with my dad."
One of her dad's biggest joys in life was to light up the family house every holiday season. Now, she's carrying on without him.
She said, "It has been almost five years since he's been gone. So I guessed it is just time to make everyone remember him and all the good things he'd do for everybody."
Each section has its own theme.
White says she can't even remember how many people have slowed down or even stopped to look at her display.
"People knocking on the door, asking to see the lights at eleven o'clock at night; yeah, it makes you feel really good," she said.
But she knows the one person she wants to impress is looking down, with a smile on his face.
"He'd say 'You did a good job kid.'," she said.
White says she isn't done yet.
She plans on adding more lights before Christmas, and she wants to make her winter wonderland an annual event.