Good-morning, kittens & dawgs! This morning, I’m taking a light-hearted look at Easter. I hope you enjoy the laughs with these Sunday Sillies!
Here’s a vintage clip that’s sure to put a smile on your face.
That’s all for now, folks. If you have giggles to share, then we’d love to see ‘em! Until next time, keep smiling and a have laughtastic week! Do you like music? If so, hop back each day this month for a song of the day entwined with a snippet from my life in Blogging from A to Z. Have a blessed Easter Sunday!
For the entire month of December, we are hosting a “Christmas” theme – music, movie clips, galore. Whatever makes you jolly, or puts that “ho-ho” (sorry, no bah-hum-bugs allowed) in your attitude, then we want to hear it right here on Monday’s Music Moves Me!
Christmas dreams are certainly full of fluff with Santa Claus and reindeer, presents under the Christmas tree, and many of the other traditional holiday customs. These things are all good and fine. In fact, I not only enjoy them but have handed down these to our children. The thing when doing the fun stuff is to not forget the meaning of Christmas. DH and I enlightened our kiddos from early on the real reason for the season. Jim Reeves explains it pretty well in this song.
Our lovely hostesses, XmasDolly, would like to thank you for joining the party and as always JAmericanSpice, Stacy Uncorked, Just the stuff ya know & myself are happy that you came. Now, it’s time to get our groove on with you so remember to link up and shake your bootie with the fellow rockin’ blogger buds below!
To be considered for honorary co-host each month, then be sure to add your URL to the link up. Dance party rules:Grab XmasDolly 4M button here, display it on your blog, and then add your favorite weekly music theme YouTube videos for everyone to enjoy. We aren’t music snobs if you have tunes to share that don’t fit in with our theme, then no problem! As long as you have music to share, then everything is cool coz all we want to do is dance with you!
One of my favorite childhood songs is…
My parents celebrated Christmas, mingling Biblical and traditional holiday customs. My siblings and I believed in Santa for a short while till we were old enough to understand that Santa Claus was a fictional character. We also understood that the idea of Santa is based on a real person – St. Nicholas. We turned out okay in the end and perhaps a little better off for believing in Santa. My ex-pastor, who has since gone home to heaven, told me… “As long as we have parents, then Santa lives.” I liked his response . Later on, I shared it with our children when they were beyond the “Santa” believing stage and I think it gave them the same comforting sense as it did with me.
I stumbled upon this lovely poem and wanted to pass it to you…