Monthly Archives: December 2010

12 Days of Christmas

The 12 Days of Christmas is the worst Christmas song that everyone knows. It’s just terrible. Because the song is so easy and memorable, it is very often sung as a carol. But it is soooo long. I get bored … Continue reading

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Lego Christmas Village

Last year Lego produced a Winter Toy Shop. It also included a Christmas Tree. This year they are selling a Winter Bakery which includes a frozen skating pond. I look forward to adding a new Lego holiday set each year … Continue reading

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Dancing Snowman from Hallmark

I picked up my Hallmark Dancing snowman last week.  This one sings and dances to “We Need A Little Christmas” from the Broadway musical Mame.  I now have four.

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My Adorable First Comment

I finally got my first comment.  Yesterday I posted about “winter” songs which are always associated with Christmas and tossed out a line about how there really isn’t a war on Christmas.  I then get this comment: Actually there is … Continue reading

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Christmas Giraffe?

I took this photo at Home Depot before Thanksgiving but I forgot about it and just found it today. I understand Christmas animals such as Polar Bears, Penguins, Walruses and other cold weather animals apart from the traditional reindeer. I … Continue reading

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When Is A Christmas Song, Not A Christmas Song?

There are quite a number of songs we traditionally associated with Christmas which make no mention of Christmas what so ever, yet they are constantly packaged as such.  Here’s a few. Jingle Bells.  One of the most popular public domain … Continue reading

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Christmas with Mary Christine

I completely forgot about this great photo I took at Mary Christine’s house a couple weeks ago.  Matt’s mother was visiting and we drove up to Mark Christine, one of Matt’s clients and friends.  She has very elaborate decorations on … Continue reading

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