Wednesday, December 26, 2007

I like to wish every one a peaceful, prosperous and joyous Merry Christmas.
It’s never too late in my book for that. After all Christmas lasts right up to some time after new years for Christians.
Oh and check out the newly renovated Nativity scene.
My dad used some paper bark for the walls and pond grass for the roof. Something he’s been meaning to do for a few years now. It looks really great. Can’t wait to make some sheep to add to my collection.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

All I want for Christmas is my two red shoes. LOL
Here are two links to the story, Red Boots for Christmas.
The first link is to a script to the story in case any one is interested and the story.
I'll try to see if I can find the cartoon too.



Saturday, December 08, 2007

Oh look what I found. The animated version of The happy Prince. I've been looking for this, for along time and here it is. Part one. The rest can be seen at YouTube.

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Oops I forgot to put in the link to the MP3 version of the Happy Prince.

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Who say’s Christmas has to be expensive?
It’s the season of giving so its time to share some link goodies based on some pretty rare Christmas stories and or cartoons I remember from child hood. At the time I found them somewhat corny but then I saw the beauty of the stories. Very unique and un-cookie cutter like compared to the usual fair of Santa Clause related stories.
These are great Christmas stories for the young ones in your life and the kid at hearts such as your selves out there.
First link and story is called the Happy Prince. It’s about a statue that is really not so happy.
There are several ways of downloading this story and bonus it’s free.
It was first introduced to me as a traditional animated story in grade school.
The Happy Prince

Another bonus; there are a few more interesting stories by the same author as well.