Christmas Day

Oh there's no place like home for the holidays
And no matter how far away you roam
You can always Skype or Facetime
So we expect to hear from you
or better yet see you Christmas Day
We'll open the door, you bring the wine

A good way to live.

Postmodern Jukebox. Von Smith, vocals, and Tim Kubart going crazy on the tambourine. A good way to live.

The brief, obvious history of why Charles Dickens wrote "A Christmas Carol".

Why Charles Dickens Wrote "A Christmas Carol"

The beloved story sold 6,000 copies in its first week in print and 15,000 in its first year

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The first edition of A Christmas Carol. The illustration on the left is of Mr. Fezziwig's ball, one of Scrooge's good memories. (Wikimedia Commons)
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She & Him, "Winter Wonderland" with many overdressed pugs.

She & Him, "Winter Wonderland" with many overdressed pugs.