Songs of the Season

Holidays are about tradition. Sharing time with friends and family, surrounding yourselves with the sounds and smells and warm memories of holidays past.

Last year, about this time, I shared a post containing all the Christmas songs that really meant something to me. I’d like to share that with you again.

Also, Red Molly and I are going to a show by Trans-Siberian Orchestra today with my sister, and it seems like sharing a bit of music with you would be a good way to celebrate.

Unlike last year, this won’t be my last post before I head home for Christmas. One more interesting bit of news to come. Stay tuned…

Dreams of the Shining Horizon

Season’s greetings, all!

I’m going home for Christmas this year (actually, two homes – I’m visiting Red Molly’s folks on the 26th and staying until the 29th), so I’m going to be a bit out of touch for the next week.  The Hometown posts have been scheduled to go up at their regular times, but otherwise, I’m afraid I won’t be around.

So, since this is effectively my Christmas post, I’d like to invite y’all to join me in a little celebration.  Let’s have a few Christmas carols.

First, let’s have a few of the novelty songs that have made me laugh or smile over the years:

Next, let’s have a bit of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.  Because Christmas is still a little bit pagan, still a little bit Yule, still a little bit about making light and music to drive back the cold and dark.

The next one is…well, it…

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  1. Pingback: Turns Out I Have Something Left To Say Before Christmas After All | Dreams of the Shining Horizon

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