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A beautiful story. Have a wonderful Christmas Eve1 🙂
I had not heard this story before; very touching – Merry Christmas, Z and all who comment here.
Thanks..I LOVE SUCCESS STORIES!! This was so sweet and Rudolph is a fun secular Christmas song. The hymns are fabulous but the fun secular songs are SO much fun! Frosty the Snowman, I Saw Mama Kissing Santa Claus, Santa Claus is COming to Town!
My dad and uncle used to sing together every Christmas after dinner….I’d play piano and everybody’d sing all the fun songs (lyrics are passed around)…there were usually about 25 of us…and then Dad and Uncle John would solo with “Up On the Housetop!” They enjoyed helping each other with the words, laughing, enjoying OUR laughing with them. Great memories! “Click click click! Down through the chimney comes Old Saint Nick!” 🙂
Happy Christmas Eve to all! xxxx
I hope there is joy and warmth in your home this Christmas season.
KID…thanks …same to you! xxx
That is so neat, Z! I hadn’t heard about this, either, so I’m so happy you shared it today.
I can just picture your dad and your uncle John clowning around with the lyrics, too!
AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS EVE TO EVERYONE!
What a beautiful story Z. Small things turn into miracles. Back then times were gentler and kinder in many ways. Something we need to stive to get back too. Something we should all strive to live. Who would give back the rights to any money makers these days? Probably no one. Thank you for sharing this story and so happy it came to life in my hometown of past, which I miss, not the city now. It warmed my heart to know this came out of Chicago. Let’s pray for miracles this season of Jesus Christ, the true meaning for this season. Thanks so much for putting this up! Merry Christmas Z.
A beautiful story. Thanks for an uplifting moment. It’s been a decompression day for me – decompressing instead of getting Christmas letters out. I don’t care, and I loved reading your post instead too.
BAYSIDER….I’m glad you enjoyed this story, too. Yes, we SO need uplifting moments. I’m very glad you were able to decompress……..
I don’t have to tell you how much I wish you a very merry Christmas….Even if it’s not THE day He was born, it’s so good to stop once a year ..and remember and thank and adore.
XXXX Merry Christmas, friend.
Am trying to not go ‘negative’ around Christmas time…but just saw yet another two instances of things I’m tired of and had to share;
I don’t want to hear how SHOES or SHAMPOO are GLUTEN FREE…who eats shoes and shampoo? I’m tired of seeing leather shoes sold on QVC which are ETHICALLY produced……All the BUZZ words …vegan, gluten free, plant based, ethically ….
I want to see BEEF and LEATHER and want people who’re gluten free to find their OWN stuff….I don’t need to know !!!
What worries me is they’re TAKING OVER, these people pushing this crap; there’ll be a time, and not too long in the distant future, where WE will be the minority and all we’ll FIND is VEGAN junk!!!
OK…I’m done now…and about to watch my church’s Youtube service from John Adams!!!
Snake oil. Better business than it ever was with all these dumb bunnies running around.
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I share the label bugbear. No, I DON’T want to see “fat free” on that water bottle. While ‘gluten free’ might be helpful – at least 30 years ago – it’s so overdone it lacks meaning. Strong food sensitivities all my life. A label reader. While we’re at it, why do oil bottlers get to omit an oil from the label if it’s less than 30% of the total?
BTW, “BPA free” is another. As we’ve become educated on the endocrine disrupting effects of BPA, manufacturers are substituting another sub-set in the bisphenol family, such as BPS which has been found to be just as hormone disrupting. BUT … they can say “BPA free!” on the label while still getting the flexibility in plastics bisphenols provide. Merry Christmas
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BAYSIDER..it’s just NUTS, isn’t it!
And nobody’s DOING much about all this…particularly the BPA thing.