If I Could Change the World, I’d Have Christmas Lights Go Round-the-Clock. How holiday light should be in a permanent year.

It's that time of year again. The leaves are starting to fall, the air is getting colder and you're probably thinking about where your next pumpkin spice latte will come from.

It’s that time of year again. The leaves are starting to fall, the air is getting colder and you’re probably thinking about where your next pumpkin spice latte will come from. But there’s one thing that’s always on my mind: how could I make holiday lights last year-round? It may sound like a silly idea, but I’m serious! After all, why do we only have Christmas lights for two months out of the year when they could be up all the time? We’ve already got Halloween decorations in our windows during October—why not keep them up for a full twelve months?

What is holiday light?

Holiday lights are lights that are decorated for holidays, such as Christmas and Halloween. They’re often put up around the holidays and taken down after the holidays. Holiday lights are usually turned on at night.

Why people change their lights for holidays?

It’s a tradition, people! And we all know that traditions are important to the holidays.

For centuries, holiday lights have been a staple of Christmas celebrations around the world. While it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly when they came into being, most historians agree that they were first used in Germany during the 1820s. The idea was simple enough: people would light up their houses with candles and lanterns during Christmas Eve so that visitors could find their homes after dark. Over time these decorations became more elaborate and varied by region until eventually they evolved into brightly colored strands of bulbs we see today.

How we could have year-round light?

The key to making this possible is RGB (red, green, blue) lights. RGB stands for red, green and blue. These are the three primary colors of light that make up white light. RGB lights are available in many different shapes and sizes such as Christmas lights, LED bulbs and rope light. They also come in several different color combinations like pink/green or purple/blue which would work well with mood lighting or programmable lighting systems where you can set your own schedule for when the lights turn on and off each day so that you could have them on all year long without having any problems from other people who live nearby!

Some other ideas include using sensors like motion sensors along with timers so that if someone walks by they will trigger the timer which will then turn on these series of Christmas lights until they move away from where they were standing before their presence was detected again.”

I would like to have holiday lighting all the time

The reason why is because of the following reasons:

  • RGB lighting is the future, and will soon be used for all holidays, seasons, special occasions, parties and events.
  • The main advantage of RGB (red green blue) over other types of lights is that you can change their colour! So if you want your Christmas tree lights to look like summery yellow flowers instead, just press a button on your smartphone app or whatever smart device they put out in 2020 and voila! Your tree will look like it’s covered in sunshine-colored petals instead of snowflakes.

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