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As a Christmas gift to our loyal listeners/sufferers, this year we give you the gift of the shortest WSOTW episode ever. From all of us here at the Worst Show on the Web, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. (And a Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus, etc. too...)
Join Holly Stephey as she talks about The Christmas Holidays and reads Twas The Night Before Christmas!
The Christmas Holidays are important to Holly Of Red Velvet Media and she hopes to catch Santa and maybe an elf or two before the big day:)))
Tune in you never know who may show up and make sure to let Holly Know what you want for Christmas and she may even be able to see who is on the naughty List and the good list!
He was dressed all in fur from his head to his foot,
And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;
A bundle of toys he had flung on his back,
And he looked like a peddler just opening his sack.
His eyes how they twinkled! his dimples how merry!
His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry;
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
And the beard on his chin was as white as the snow.
The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,
And the smoke it encircled his head like a wreath.
He had a broad face, and a little round belly
That shook when he laughed like a bowl full of jelly.
He was chubby and plump,--a right jolly old elf--
And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself.
Written by Clement C. Moore in 1822 as a Christmas present to his children.
The Becky Book Club Talk Live Radio Show is Hosted by Becky G. This episode is featuring Twas The Night Before Christmas and The Twelve Days of Christmas and an introduction to Christmas in Cupid Falls by Holly Jacobs
You are brought into this life with an inner self and you are also always a part of the whole soul that was there in existence before you were born. You are always connected to both your soul and inner self, and both work in tune together with you as a person. When you as a person have a desire of any degree, your inner self works with you to guide you in the direction of that desire, and all that while your soul is already waiting for you in the place where you would be with your desire.
The work of your soul is to get your inner self to bring you over to that desired place. However, at times you do not listen to your inner self, so you don't go. Okay there we go.
Come and enjoy this show by dialing (347)205-9535. In observance of this very special season topics featured are reading of Twas The Night Before Christmas, Song Twelve Days of Christmas and an introduction to a lovely story: Christmas in Cupid Falls by Holly Jacobs all at 12am. Come and enjoy this great seasonal show.
Twas the Night Before Christmas!- Special Guest David Crews shares the meaning o...f Christmas.
David Crews is a Northwest Florida, Pensacola, Christian singer, budding Professor and is, currently, in the process of completing an educational vision towards his Doctorate of Theology. But much more than any of those admirable accolades, David is simply, like "David of the Old Testament, "a man after God's own heart." Christ is a real, daily part of his personal life today."
"David spent (14) years in the musical entertainment field as a successful, nationally known and internationally recognized Performing Artist out of Memphis, TN, including appearances on Good Morning America, CBS Morning Show, TNN, ESPN, MTV and Japanese Television. In 2007, all that changed. David turned his life over to Christ and completely left his secular music career behind him, for "something much better," he says. Today, David's life calling is to "inspire all to personally experience the potential of our spiritual, eternal essence, the real us, thru a dynamic relationship with God in Christ." The reason for this season!" Wed. 12/22/2010 8:00PM (PST)
Merry/Happy Christmas to you. We will see where santa is and tonight we will read Twas the Night Before Christmas and the Cajun Night Before Christmas. Join us as you celebrate and enjoy what we hope, is a beautiful, warm Christmas Eve for you. Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, we know you will enjoy our show. :) Tune in and relax, have a cup of eggnog or a nice warm mug of hot chocolate.
Join Holly Stephey and TBA Guests as they welcome in Christmas with the traditional reading of Twas the Night before Christmas!
Christmas is one of Holly's Favorite holidays and she will do the traditional reading of Twas the Night Before Christmas and other Holiday Favorites.. There will be some cooking tips and fun gift ideas suggested as well..
*Janet Elaine Smith will be reading to all of us and Kevin Smith will be talking about food and All the festive things we can do :))
You never know who may call in Santa may I was told !
Grab some egg nog and relax as Amelia joins me for our annual reading to bring you some of our favorite Holiday tales. If you enjoy Christmas stories as much as we do please take a listen. We have a couple of our annual regulars - Twas the Night Before Christmas and How the Grinch Stole Christmas as well as a couple of others from our trove of books. Have a wonderful Holiday Season from all of us at Over the Top Cycling.
Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin have updated Clement Clark Moore’s classic poem of sugarplums and prancing reindeer to parody pop culture in Twas the Night Before Christmas: 21st Century Edition (Andrews McMeel Publishing, $9.99, October 2010).
Santa’s workshop is bought out by a faceless corporation that trades holiday cheer for corporate greed in this modernized rendition of the classic Christmas rhyme. The story unfolds through a collection of memos, E-mails, Tweets, hilarious illustrations (picture Santa jumping on Oprah’s couch and Mrs. Claus in a racy Maxim cover photo), as well as sidesplitting verse.
'Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore, written in 1822
A tradition in my family ever since I can remember and one that I've always been quite fond of. This poem by Clement Clarke Moore, written in 1822, also known as "A Visit from St. Nicholas" has been charming young and old for almost two centuries. It was first published in 1823 on December 23rd. It has been a success and a truly American embodiment of the Christmas Season ever since. I hope you enjoy.
Happy Christmas to all and to all a good night,
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