The Lexingtonienne

November29th

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Every family has Christmas memories — some we love, some we don’t love, and many that make us laugh. The funny thing is… we don’t all remember everything the same way. The other day I was telling Hubba Bubba how, at Christmastime in the 80s, my mama kept our George Winston “December” cassette tape playing nonstop. “She was obsessed with it,” I said.

A couple of days later I was talking to my mom about Christmas songs.  “Ugh,” she laughed. “You always made me play George Winston.

Touche.

So on the Third Day of Christmas, in honor of George Winston — whoever’s favorite he is…

THE “CAROL OF THE BELLS” PLAYLIST

And here I am at Christmastime in the 80s (I’m on the right, Sister is on the left), in all likelihood listening to George Winston at that very moment.

Christmas Photos

Dinnnng donnnng dinnnng donnnng,
Hannah

* In another lifetime I worked on a delightful TV show called “Pushing Daisies,” and Jim Dooley composed the whimsical, imaginative score for it. Not only is Jim incredibly talented, but he is also a super nice guy. While you’re checking out his “Carol of the Bells,” give the whole album a listen. It is uniquely fantastic — definitely a “must have” for any Christmas carol connoisseur’s collection.

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