Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

The “Reason for the Season” takes center stage

December 23, 2012

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Excellence: St Olaf Choir

December 10, 2012

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Christmas lights groove to ‘Gangman Style’

November 28, 2012

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Christmas Ensemble

December 27, 2011

The linked Christmas Chamber Music is best appreciated with copious amounts of wine however I loved every minute of playing with and for my family:

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Good Happens

December 24, 2011

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Christmas Flash Mob

December 18, 2011

Some comments about the video:

I’ll be honest, I wasn’t going to watch because of the “hecticness” of life and the season, but when I saw Kathy’s email, I decided I wanted to see.  It is incredibly powerful and definitely brings tears and totally reminds one of what the season is truly about!  🙂  Enjoy! 

Now that the tears have stopped, I can tell you thank you so very much for sharing. With things so hectic this year, a reminder I sorely needed.
Love YSIC,
Kathy

Another reminder of what this season of celebration is really about. I thought this was so cool I have to share it with you.  Hope you have a very blessed Christmas!

YSIC,  Ann

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Thanks to my daughter, Cheryl, for the above link

Looking for some Christmas music?

November 22, 2011

My piano teacher at Meramec Community College, who is now 73 has been playing piano since age 2 and studied at conservatories all over the world, says the below free concerts are very good. Check them out. If difficult to read  just click the image to enlarge:

A virtual Christmas gift to you

December 21, 2010

A truly beautiful light show from holdman.com Thanks to Sharon K for the link

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Air Hog tamed (almost)

December 20, 2010

Because of a conflict between work and the Holiday weekend my son, Bret, and his family came early (the 18th) to celebrate Christmas. Adam, the youngest grandchild asked for and received an AirHog. An AirHog is a radio controlled helicopter with a built-in camera. Like most radio controlled flying objects there is a learning curve and a starting point on the curve. You can only hope the curve is not steeper than the resilience of the object and so far that has been true for Adam. Upon leaving for their home the AirHog was still in good working order even after several “hard landings”. The video below shows the beginning section of the learning curve:

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