A warm Sunday to you all!
I was just reminding hubby that the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in our tiny town is tomorrow evening. What's most fun is our doctor has a small band who plays at events like this. They mostly play old fashion polka and um-pah music and always at the holiday time the community loves them to play Christmas carols. My oldest grandson joined the band a couple of years ago but most are nearing retirement or well past with a few younger folks joining in. It's fun to see doc in his jeans, sneakers and ball cap wearing his tuba...this man is probably about
5'9" and maybe 150#..lol) The tuba is bigger than he is. But he and the entire band are such sweet people. I do love this small town feeling.
Are you in a small town where you can participate in this type of event, or did you grow up that way? Share some of your memories if you will, please.
Chutz (who will be the one bundled in 12 layers at the tree lighting tomorrow since it probably won't get above freezing for a couple of days. Rudolph won't be the only one with a red nose.)
The three grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for. — Alexander Chalmers
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