By: Garin Flowers
December 24, 2013
Christmas is finally here and if you don't feel the spirit, you might want to stop by Bobby Roebuck's home on Colin P Kelly Highway in Madison.
"I just love doing this for the family and the community," Roebuck said.
Roebuck along with his brother-in-law, Jeff Messer, piece together a large Christmas light show around his home each year.
"It's about 170,000 thousand lights," Messer said.
They sync the lights with music and people from all over come by to see the show.
"We've been coming out here for the last four years and it's just extraordinary to see the arrangement of lights that they have out here," said Dustin Sparks.
All of the songs come paired with creative bright lights, but some are crowd favorites.
"It's Glory Glory, when the beam comes down the baby Jesus and we see the American flag come across the tree, one nation under God and above all Jesus when he comes across the screen," Roebuck said.
"It's family time you know and that's what Christmas is all about, being with the family."
Roebuck and Messer say as long as they continue to see people with their faces lit up in excitement, they will keep on doing for Christmas' to come.