Darlene has kindly agreed to share her favorite Christmas music with us. And if you want to try some of the recipes featured in One Sweet Christmas check out her post on the Crappy Cook.
Over to you, Darlene.
Christmas is my favorite holiday season, and I love music. Put the two together and you’ve got the perfect combo. Christmas music is on the playlist in my house, starting the day my daughter and I decorate the tree. My daughter makes tasty Pina Clintadas (the non-alcoholic recipe). The tree is set in place, the decoration boxes are opened, and the fun begins.
You’ll find us...Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.
My ultimate favorite Christmas CD is If Every Day Was Like Christmas by Elvis Presley. I also enjoy Michael Buble’s Christmas and Lady Antebellum’s On This Winter’s Night.
My CD mix of various artists includes: Boney M, Temptations, Bryan Adams, Keith Richards, Roger Miller, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Burl Ives, Brenda Lee, and Harry Connick Jr.
The playlist wouldn’t be complete without The Chipmunks, Shrek, and Cindy Lou Who singing Where Are You Christmas.
What’s on your Christmas playlist?
One Sweet Christmas
It’s going to take more than a few pieces of chocolate to fill this Scrooge’s heart with Christmas cheer. Luckily Candi has a whole shop full.
The coat fit snug across his broad shoulders and the pants clung nicely to his butt. Candi sucked in a breath and passed him a wig and fluffy, white beard. Jackson rolled his eyes, donning the fake hair, and topped off the disguise with a floppy red hat.
“How do I look?”
He would definitely win over the children, but a sinking feeling washed through her stomach when she envisioned the youngsters fighting their mothers to see who first sat on Santa’s lap. “Just like jolly old Saint Nick,” she said. But much hotter!
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