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…
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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