Merry Merry….

Ok, I know this song gets old after the 100th hearing but it’s still one of my favorites.  Merry Christmas everyone, peace and blessings to you all!

 

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26 Responses to Merry Merry….

  1. archaeopteryx1 says:

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  2. irtfyblog says:

    Hahaha! besides this one, I can’t stand Rockin’ ‘Round the Christmas Tree…but thank you for the Christmas well wishes. I hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas and a very happy new year! 🙂

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  3. JunkChuck says:

    NEVER gets old. My teenagers think its fantastic and we all sing along every time it plays.

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  4. ColorStorm says:

    Well trish, heard the tune of course but this is the first time I saw this vid! Yay.

    All the best of holiday joy to ya also. God bless.

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  5. Haven’t seen this in forever.

    Merry Christmas Tricia

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  6. archaeopteryx1 says:

    I left this on Ark’s blog, and I’d like to leave it here too:

    Since Deuteronomy was written (c. 750-800 BCE), the priests of Judaism covered their asses by saying that their god ordered the people to pay him 10% of their income – which the priests would gladly hold for him until he had time to pop in and pick it up himself. Further, the priests were allowed to eat the burnt offerings, which they quietly referred to as barbeque. Clearly the concept of the religious order of the day expecting 10% hasn’t ended, but is still alive and well in Christianity.

    I have suggested to many religious – so far to no avail – that rather than giving their 10% to keeping the doors of their church open or their priests in holy water, that I couldn’t possibly imagine their god being angry with them if instead, they donated that 10% to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

    St. Jude’s, was begun by American entertainer, Danny Thomas, and continued by his daughter, Marlo (of TV’s “That Girl” fame), since Mr. Thomas’ death in 1991.

    At St. Jude’s, NO FAMILY pays a dime toward their child’s cancer treatment, and the results of the cancer research done there are shared with cancer institutes all over the world, free of charge. Get that? NO FAMILY has to sit back and watch their beloved child waste away because the family didn’t have enough money to give their child a chance at life.

    If anyone is wondering what the World might want for Christmas, I would suggest a donation to St. Jude’s – if only twenty dollars, every bit helps. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital can be accessed at stjude.org – no child should ever die, there’s time enough later for that.

    If their god has a problem with that, then I have a problem with him.

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  7. jncthedc says:

    Merry Christmas Tricia. Be safe, healthy and happy!!

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  8. Citizen Tom says:

    It’s Christmas time; there’s no need to be afraid
    At Christmas time, we let in light and we banish shade

    Actually, it was someone else who let in the light. We cockroaches are still running, trying to figure out why He is not stomping on us.

    Merry Christmas!

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  9. osarobohenry says:

    Merry Christmas Tricia and a Prosperous 2016.

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  10. The 1st time I have seen the video of a song I really enjoy Tricia. Amazing how young some of the faces I recognised such as Phil Collins and Bono (from U2) are from 31 years ago.
    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and God’s blessings for 2016. Thank you for all your camaraderie! 🙂
    ~Carl~

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