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Welcome to, the home of the Christmas Light Display of Jeff and Rhonda Womack.  Currently, we live in Schertz Texas which is just outside of San Antonio.  The picture you see above is of our display in Schertz for Christmas 2004.  We look forward to an even bigger and better year in 2006 with more of our neighbors getting involved! 


 Planet Christmas: The Book.....Released!
The publishers of the new book dedicated to Christmas Light displays around the world have released it in the United States, finally!  The World's Most Extreme Christmas decorations is now available for purchase from!  Rhonda and I are very proud to be featured on pages 96 and 97 of the book!  You know it's every Southerner's dream to be available at Walmart!   The book is a bargain at less than $10 and only 97 cents for shipping!


Update: May 2006


Tim Rosario from has started a new forum for Christmas Lights enthusiasts.  The environment is very friendly and of course it is free to join.  Hopefully Tim will remain responsive to his members.  I am now posting at  Come join me and others in a friendly online forum.  There is room for newbies and veterans alike!

  Wow, where has 2006 gone?  It is almost June and I haven't touched this website since right after Christmas.  I hope to do a lot of updates this Memorial Day weekend and get some of the issues cleared up.  I have been working on a secret project that I hope will be done soon.  Hint: It has very little to do with our display but does affect our display. 

  So what can you expect for Christmas 2006?  Well, Santa's Workshop is our theme.  You will see a lot of new wire frames, more bubble machines, more lights, a village display, and lots more of the new energy saving LED lights.  I am pushing towards 100,000 lights for 2006 between our yard and what my neighbor, Larry, allows us to use of his yard.  Also for 2006, I am hoping to get the neighbors across the street more involved in decorating. 

  Well that is about all for tonight, it's going to be a long weekend and hopefully I can get a lot accomplished!



  Before Christmas 2004, Rhonda suggested that we do a rotating theme.  For Christmas 2004, we made the display our representation of Candyland.  For 2005, it is Winter Wonderland.  We have had almost 400 people vote on the theme for 2006, and the winner is......

With over one-third of the total votes, Santa's Workshop!

Remember, the lights are still on until 10 pm on January 6th, the 12th Day of Christmas!

Thursday, December 22nd:  Today, I am proud to say that an interview I did with one of my PlanetChristmas friends, Martha Kleder, hit the web on her organization's website, Concerned Women for America.  Thanks to Martha for the interview!  Also, please check out another of my friends form PlanetChristmas Tim Fischer's interview on the CWFA website.

Wednesday, December 21st: 
Wow, we finally got some "love" form the local media.  Joe Vithayathil from our local San Antonio Fox affiliate, Fox 29, came out to interview Jeff and do a segment.  Joe and his camerawizard (more talented than the average cameraman!) Jack, did a great job filming and editing the story.  The segment showed tonight on the News at Nine show and within two hours of the segment airing, we had over 200 hits to the website.  (We are averaging about 400 hits a day, but for the 21st we hit 564!)  Thanks to Joe, Jack and Fox 29 for the coverage!  We will try to get a copy of the footage online as soon as possible. 

Tuesday, December 20th: 
Our display came in Third in the Residential Category in the City of Schertz after winning the past two years.  Congrats to the First and Second Place Winners. 

Monday, December 12th: 
The bubble machine seems to be every kids favorite thing!  Here are a couple of pictures of kids with the bubbles.

Sunday, December 11th:  Sorry I haven't been updating as much as I would have liked.  I just made up this quick video to show you some of the display.  Hopefully, I will get more updated tonight or tomorrow morning.  (The video is about 4 mb)

Saturday, December 10th:  Tonight was Santa's second visit and it was a very busy night!  Santa had about 60 kids come to visit him.  Stickers and Candy Canes to all! 

Monday, December 5th: 
There has been a lot of press given to Carson Williams of Ohio for his video that has been circulating the Internet.  The man who inspired Carson is Ron Lister.  Ron has graciously allowed me to post four of his videos here for you to see!

Beethoven's Fifth
Carol of the Bells
Little Drummer Boy
Wizards of Winter
The next time someone emails you the Carson William's video, email them these four!
Ron's wonderful site can be found at

Sunday, December 4th:  Today I spent all day hooking up the computer control to the three Mega Trees.  There are over 1,000 foot of extension cords making the three trees dance! 

Saturday, December 3rd: 
Tonight was Santa's first to the display for the year!  We had about a dozen kids but the quality was great, all have assured Santa that they have been good this year!  We also had, at one time, a mini United Nations, in our yard.  We had a foreign exchange student, Galia, from the Ukraine, her host mother who is from Panama, and a family who is from Turkey!  This was Galia's first experience with an American Christmas.  Here's a shot of her with Santa!

Sorry it is a little blurry Galia, next time you come back we will get a better shot with the tripod!

As you can see in the picture with Galia, Santa has his brand new chair!  I would especially like to thank Stan and his neighbor for designing and building the chair and Randy for making some improvements to include a little cushioning for old Santa!  Here's a good picture of the chair.

Thursday, December 1st: 
Good news and an update to the story I mentioned on the 29th!  Looks like people of Faith stood up! 

Tuesday, November 29th: 
Got a little more done tonight and talked to a lot of really nice people.  Had to quit a little earlier than I wanted to give you guys an update.

  One of my friends, Martha, sent me a link today which I found very offensive.  Hopefully some of my visitors to the site will also find it offensive and email the mayor!  There is currently a war in Irag, one in Afghanistan and one going on here in America.  The war to remove CHRISTMAS from the American public arena.  Here is the story for you to read for yourself: click here.  The Mayor of the city of Novi can be reached via this online form

Monday, November 28th: 
Last night I took a few pictures of what is done so far.  We have had a lot of new interest this year both at the display and online here on the website.  I will try my hardest this week to get this site back to where it should be to include pictures from past years and this year. 

Sunday, November 27th:
 Last night I got a little more of the display up and running.  Right now there are about 30,000 lights on.  Hopefully before the end of this week I will have all 55,000 lights on.  Pictures of this year's display will be posted as soon as I get the whole shebang running.

operation christmas child comes to schertz

This year we are proud to be collecting donations for Operation Christmas Child at our display.  Collections will be taken throughout the duration of the display.  Some of the items needed are:

TOYS:  small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, plastic kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yo's, small Etch A Sketch, toys that light up or make noise, batteries, Slinky, etc.  (These items should be small enough to fit in a shoe box please!)

SCHOOL SUPPLIES:  pens, pencils and pencil sharpeners, crayons or markers, rubber stamps and ink pad sets, coloring books, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, etc.

HYGIENE ITEMS:  toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, comb, brushes, washcloth, etc.  (No liquids please!)

OTHER:  hard candy, lollipops, mints, gum, sunglasses, flashlights with extra batteries, ball caps, socks, T-shirts, toy jewelry sets, hair clips, watches, small picture books, etc.  We have a special coloring page that you could also include with your donation, here

Your donations will be collected and sent to Operation Christmas Child headquarters in January for distribution throughout the world.  If you are not local and would like to contribute, please email me and I will send you some instructions. 

Christmas 2005 schedule released!
The Christmas 2005 schedule has been released!  We will light up for the first time on Thanksgiving night at 6:30 pm.  The lights will remain on each night from Thanksgiving through the twelfth day of Christmas (January 6th). 

Lights On Nightly (Sunday through Thursday):  6:00 pm
Lights Off Nightly (Sunday through Thursday): 10:00 pm

Lights On Nightly (Friday and Saturday):  6:00 pm
Lights Off Nightly (Friday and Saturday): 10:30 pm

Special Guest from the North Pole!

  • Saturday, December 24th, 7 pm to 9 pm

  • Sunday, December 25th, 7 pm to 9 pm
    (Special thank you session for S.C..  This was requested by several parents last year and it was a hit!)

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