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Christmas Songs Name Spelling, I #4M & 12 Christmas Prayers #Sparks

Hoo-Hoo-Hoo, Kittens and Dawgs! It’s December again and this means our theme this month is all things Christmas but we’re not finicky if you have tunes to share then we’re ready to boogie with you and I invite you step on the floor with my dance partners:  XmasDolly, Stacy, & Colette!

Are you ready to groove to some mewsic?

This is a weekly hop for mewsic enthusiasts regardless if you follow our weekly theme or not if you have mewsic to share then we’re ready to dance with you. Otherwise, I ask that you do not link non-mewsic posts below to boost traffic to your site. You’re welcome to leave your URL in comments with a brief description inviting me to check it out. Thank you!



 

I’m filling that good ole Christmas inspiration stirring and came up with a name game theme for this month in which I will share songs using the first word to spell out a name. Here’s my first mewsic playlist spells

  1. “Carol of the Bells” ❄️ Tran-Siberbian Orchestra
  2. “Angels We have Heard on High” ❄️The Piano Guys
  3. “Toyland” ❄️ Doris Day
  4. “Hallelujah” ❄️ Bon Jovi
  5. “You’re My Christmas Presents” ❄️ The Skyliners

 

What Christmas songs spell your name?

 

What mewsic moves you today?

 

I invite you hop over to McGuffy’s Reader for more “Sparks” of inspiration/encouragement. Let’s make the world a better place, one person at a time beginning with #1! 😉

Originally spotted in Google search on someone’s Pinterest page that lead me to this Esty site.

 

Before I go, I’d like to invite you to listen to more Christmas mewsic and cast your vote in A Twisted Christmas” #BoTB showdown. That’s a wrap today. Keep those tunes playing and your body swaying, I’ll see ya around the cyber block!

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Christmas Movies Music

Welcome to Monday’s Music Moves Me with our head conductor, Marie from Xmas Dolly! We’re bound for the North Pole this week and all of next month. Xmas Dolly’s little helpers   Lorie of The Shewbridges of Central, Florida, CALLIE from JAmericanSpice,  and Stacy from Stacy Uncorked will be assisting her to see who’s been naughty or nice.

How do I get on board Santa’s Train,you ask.

 

Admission to ride is totally doable.Are you ready to rock around the Christmas tree with all the other passengers? Then here’s what you do….

  1. Go to YouTube insert your music video of choice.
  2. Grab the “Monday’s Music Moves Me” Button from Xmas Dolly blog.
  3. Add your MMM Blog post URL to her linky, follow Marie & her co-conductors, grab their blog buttons, & leave a comment letting them know you’re a new follower.
  4. Be sure to visit #1 & #2 on the linky line-up, as they are the Spotlight Couple for this week.
  5. Shake your bootie with your fellow rockin’ bloggers on the linky (below) or invite some of your rocker blogger buds to join us.
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This month’s theme is Christmas songs or anything relating to Christmas“.

White Christmas in not only one of my favorite songs but one of my favorite movies.  This scene is simply tear rendering.  I can empathize with these troopers, as well as those around the globe today. There was a time when the part, “I’ll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams” was just that in my dreams.

 

 

The Christmas movie season wouldn’t be complete without watching this favorite pick of ours. In fact, we settled in on Saturday night to enjoy it.  Does it make you want to see it, too?

 

When I first saw this movie advertised years ago, I just thought it would be too ridiculous to believe.  Once I put that aside and decided to take this movie in, I fell in love with this hilarious non-stop laugh flick. Every time I hear Carol of the Bells now, I think of Home Alone.

 

I wanted to see this version of A Christmas Carol since 1989. It failed to re-broadcast on free TV again. At least I never caught it on television much to my disappointment. George C. Scott does a fantastic job at Scrooge. I highly recommend this movie!

Recently, I spied it on Amazon and snatched it up in a heartbeat. This weekend, we had the privilege of watching it. I couldn’t find a trailer on YouTube but here’s a lovely song from the movie.

 

This song doesn’t fall into my music group, but it’s so amazing. What a clever idea!

 

Wow, isn’t that the most beautiful thing you’ve heard?  This tenderly touched my heart to tears. I knew instantly I had to share it with you!

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What Christmas songs are stirring your heart this morning? Have a warm Christmas season beginning now!
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