Just a quick Christmas note to wish holiday greetings to all Pop Rock Nation readers!
Well, well, well… here it is Christmas day and I’ve been missing in action for over a month. Actually, I haven’t been missing in action, I’ve just been preoccupied with other stuff lately. We just took a trip to Austria, Italy, and Switzerland and it always takes me awhile to catch up after a trip, especially right before Christmas.
My husband Bill and I have had a rather low key morning so far. We had Eggs Benedict for breakfast and then we opened presents while listening to Christmas music. I’m afraid that while I like to buy holiday music, I don’t necessarily listen to it often. I managed to pick up Kenny Rogers’ latest Christmas album, mainly he did a duet with Alison Krauss. The song they sang together, “Some Children See Him”, is one of my favorite holiday songs. Though, if I’m honest, I think James Taylor’s rendition is my favorite so far.
Kenny Rogers, all plastic surgery altered, sings some holiday tunes with Home Free…
And “Some Children See Him” with Alison Krauss.
I promise, I don’t just listen to country, bluegrass, and songs done by people who were best known forty years ago. In fact, one of the songs that played as we were opening gifts this morning was Cee Lo Green’s very own rendition of “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch.” It was surprisingly fun to listen to!
I look forward to listening to and discovering new artists in the coming new year. And hopefully, I’ll get back on the blogging bandwagon. For now, I hope every has a wonderful holiday, whatever you celebrate. If you don’t celebrate, I hope you have a great day!