Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Christmas ...

Of course, this is the season to be jolly, but it is also a good time to be thinking about those who aren't.
Helen Valentine



This has been posted to lift your spirits a little if you feel that the frantic preparations are getting you down.

Noddy and the gang (Slade - as if you didn't know!) are a perennial hit, and I can't remember a Christmas since the release of this song that it hasn't been played for everybody's enjoyment.

Well, Enjoy!



See you again in the New Year ...

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CrazyCath said...

Oh. My. Goodness.
Now I feel old.
Thanks mate. I think.

(That was when they REALLY knew how to do pop music.) <---- now I feel VERY old! lol

Fletch said...

LOL, Cath!

OLD? Never!

These are 'evergreens', and I suspect this one will still be played long after we're gone.

Lee said...

Brought back lovely memories! Thanks Terry! :-)

Just back from a very musical midnight service. We had a brass ensemble backing up the choir. They loved playing together so much that the horns continued to serenade us as we cleared the altar. Alleluia!

Shrinky said...

I remember bopping around the youth club floor in my Wranglers and red suspenders (You know the ones, those that held up your jeans) to this one!

Ah, happy days..

Fletch said...

Isn't it intriguing that those suspenders shrink inversely to the little girl growing up?

Although they retain the name and the colour?

Happy days, indeed.



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