Tag Archives: A Charlie Brown Christmas

Post #1,500, On Music

Welcome to the 1,500th post on this blog. Not surprisingly, it is about music.  Is there a time of the year when music is more important than during the Christmas Holidays? I picked the piece below as it reminds me … Continue reading

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Innocent Simplicity

One of the joys of my childhood was the predictability of certain things . . . Sunday dinners at my grandparents house,  going “down the shore” during the Summer and  A Charlie Brown Christmas on TV in December. Over the … Continue reading

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Like Father, Like Son

Yes, As I get older, I come to realize that I have assumed many of dad’s qualities. Below is the oldest picture I have of Dad and me. I believe I was 3 years old (1963)  There were older photos, … Continue reading

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I Missed It.

I missed this year’s broadcast of A Charlie Brown Christmas.  Since I have the DVD, all I missed were the crass commercials.  I must admit though, there is something about watching it when it aires. It has been part of … Continue reading

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I Suppose It’s Possible

I suppose it’s possible that someone doesn’t have this album/CD/download. Possible, but unlikely. Background music for a rainy, cold Saturday in December. If you are older than 45 or so, dare tell me that listening to this does not make … Continue reading

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