Monday, December 13, 2010

The Twelve Gifts of Christmas...Day 4!


"Every time you hear a bell ring,
an angel gets his wings..."

It's a Wonderful Life isn't it?
Today's Gift goes to.....

BillieBee (billiemick)

Congratulations!!!

It is my sincere wish that each 
of you find your wings!

Now...on to day four!!!!    
Remember...
In the spirit of the season, 
I thought I would give a few gifts...
Twelve to be exact!
Here's how this will work...
In the span of 12 days, 
I will be gifting a "present" a day!

Every night at midnight 10 p.m. (CST) --
Forgive the change, but I know
you will understand...
a winner will be chosen 
and your gift will go out the next business day!
(The midnight deadline is catching up with me! 
I must be getting old!!)

You only need to leave a comment 
on today's post...
This time tell me what your 
favorite Christmas movie is...

See you tomorrow night!!!!
AT TEN O-CLOCK!!!
Remember, leave me a way to contact you if you win...  

27 comments:

  1. My favorite Christmas movie is 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' or as my family calls it 'The Griswolds' Christmas'.

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  2. Ohhh, it has to be White Chistmas, with Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney and Danny Kaye

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  3. What else? Miracle on 34th Street, with Natalie Wood, Maureen O'Hara, and Edmund Gwenn... Ho,Ho,Ho

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  4. I love It's a Wonderful Life or whatever it's called...I also love the Opus and Bill Christmas Special...it's really strange, but it's been a Christmas tradition on Christmas Eve ever since I can remember. When the tape (yes, we taped it!) got too stretched out to watch anymore, we found it on Youtube.

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  5. Charlie Brown Christmas always makes me giggle, especially the Charlie Brown Christmas tree :-)

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  6. The movie with Chevy Chase...The Griswald's Christmas......always good for a laugh. Thanks for the chance!

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  7. A Christmas Story, with Ralphie and the Red Rider B-B Gun! I love that movie.

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  8. "It's a Wonderful Life" is my favorite Christmas movie. And more recently we have watched the Grench that Stole Christmas :-)

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  9. The Christmas season doesn't start in our house until Christmas Vacation has been watched. Corny and silly, I know, but so much fun!

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  10. You just can't beat Charlie Brown's Christmas for some holiday cheer. I watch it every year!

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  11. An Affair to Remember - the best parts happen around the Christmas season!

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  12. That's so easy! It's a Wonderful Life. My video tape has been used so much, it's beginning to look crackled. I've asked for the DVD for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  13. Not very Christmassy but we all love The Great Escape!!

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  14. It's a Wonderful Life - I just saw this for the first time recently. :)

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  15. Another vote for Christmas Vacation. I usually watch it a couple of times between Thanksgiving and Christmas. "Worse? How could they get any worse? Take a look around you, Ellen, we're at the threshold of hell!!" ;p

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  16. It's a Wonderful Live or Miracle on 34th Street (the originals) are favorites. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com
    Your Christmas decorations are so beautiful.

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  17. Miracle on 34th Street.

    Thanks for sharing so much!

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  18. I do love Miracle on 34th street, but for a more modern movie I quite enjoyed The Polar Express with Tom Hanks.

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  19. I like the original version of Miracle on 34th Street. I also liked an English movie, The Holly and The Ivy. I only saw it once, and it was a bittersweet story with a happy ending.

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  20. It's a Wonderful Life is my favorite, although my daughter was watching Miracle on 34th Street yesterday and I don't think I've ever seen that one. I'll have to put it on the list!

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  21. No doubt about it - White Christmas! I just watched it again last night. That's my third time in the last week. dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  22. A Christmas Story is easily my favorite!=)

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  23. MIne isn't a movie exactly - be every year I look out for the "little drummer boy" song that David Bowie and Bing Crosbie do as a duet - I've now seen it many times on YouTube - ahh modern technology is wonderful - actually I do watch Little Drummer Boy each year...there you go.

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  24. Definitely White Christmas!
    This is surely a fun giveaway-thanks very much.

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  25. My favorite is It's a Wonderful Life, but I really like The Nativity Story and Miracle on 34th Street.

    girottih@yahoo.com

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