Discussion in 'Spirituality and ME/CFS' started by kitonthemoon, Dec 16, 2009.
Handbell Christmas Concert 2006 in TOYOTA
Winters Garden RIJA (lovely!!)
Koan and Linda
Time for this mouse to go to bed. Goodnight everyone!
I am here with you all. This is lovely!
Merry Christmas, Glenp
Merry Christmas, Glenp!
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Good-night Koan, good-night loldershaw, good-night glenp, good-night Kim....
and when you awaken, Enya will sing Christmas Secrets to you and show you pictures of snow.
My favorite song at Christmas: The Lord of the Dance
I love all the Christmas mice! What a perfect theme this year for all of us this Christmas.
****** Merry Christmas everybody at Phoenix Rising ******
Thanks for posting! I grew up in Louisiana and love Aaron Neville. Before the Jazz Festival in N.O. got so big (many years ago), you could get so close to the stage that you could actually reach out and touch him when he was singing at the mike - not that I would do that!
Happy Happy Christmas,
I saw the Neville Brothers many times in concert - always a great performance! I'm so glad you got a nice reminder of your Louisiana roots. (Visions of young Maxine boogieing in front of the stage). Here's another one that you might like.
Aaron Neville - Ave Maria Louisiana Christmas Concert with Linda Ronstadt
Ah, yes, Kim, I remember those days fondly! Thanks for the great links! Did you see the Neville Brothers in New Orleans or elsewhere?
Nobody ought to be...alone on Christmas
All alone on Christmas - Darlene Love With The E Street Band
Christmas Must Be Tonight - The Band
Sadly, I've never been to New Orleans. In my hippie days, I traveled all around to see the Grateful Dead and the Nevilles often opened for them. One of the best was a New Years Eve concert in Oakland California - was that 1987 or 1988? Good times! I also remember a great concert with the Nevilles and Bonnie Raitt.
Speaking of B.R. - here's a goodie - a duet with Charles Brown
Charles Brown & Bonnie Raitt - Merry Christmas Baby 
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