When the lights go out


It is frustrating to own a business in a place known for its elaborate Christmas decorations and not be able to participate. This past Saturday, Light Up Mount Dora electrified the downtown area with over 2 million lights in dazzling display. Our studio… not so much.

Here’s the problem. We lease the space we occupy and absolutely love it. But… it has no exterior electrical outlets. And so we cannot hang the elaborate lights that so enamor the visitors that come to our town. The exterior of our building is not what one would call sparkling with Christmas joy. But we will not be deterred.

We have an indomitable Christmas spirit. Since we could not hang sparkling lights outside to show our love for the season, we upped the ante… we offered the interior of our building to someone who was looking for a more southerly location to use as a satellite office. We hope he doesn’t mind – we thought we’d share a quick glimpse that we caught of him the other night in front of our window.

Feel free to stop by to say hello. No guarantees. He seems to disappear from view in a twinkle of an eye.

Michael Ondrasik and Home Video Studio specialize in the preservation of family memories. We have been on Santa’s nice list as long as we’ve been open. We’d love to be on yours. Contact us at 352-735-8550 or visit us at http://www.homevideostudio.com/mtd.



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