(KCEN) -- If you're looking for a lights display this holiday season, there's only one home in Killeen that can out do the rest.
With 200,000 lights and hundreds more decorations, 1104 Ridgway Drive has become a Christmas tradition for the Christianson family.
Jessica Christianson who visits the house every year says, "One day we just seen a lot of bright lights and so we turned around and we just found this place just by driving by it and every year by at least two, three times a year and see it."
This home belongs to Marilyn Caron and she wouldn't have it any other way.
"I could be spending money on stuff I don't need, or stuff I don't enjoy or booze or drugs or other men. Instead I buy Christmas stuff," says Caron.
And if you live in Killeen, you know it's not just outside, but you're welcome to see the decorations on the inside too.
"Inside there's between 30 and 40,000 lights when I get it done. One-hundred-four Christmas trees from this big to 9 foot and 250 animated figures and what, 12 nativities."
But this year is different the displays are weeks behind because in February Marilyn lost her vision.
"This I love to do and he had me test the lights one day when we was at work and I said nothing works, and he came home and plugged it in and he said they all work and I said not to me, I can't see the lights."
So now her husband and family are working hard on getting it done.
Daniel Caron Marilyn's husband says, "We didn't really know what was in involved. Now we do and I don't know how she did it."
"I think she's a remarkable woman coming out here and doing it still. I think it's great, it just shows her spirit."
And as long as they can do it the Caron's plan to keep the lights on every year.
While you can go by now to see the lights, Marilyn and Dan expect their lights display to be officially finished and ready to see by December 8th.