Merry Christmas from the Hall


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A Song of Wassailing


A Song of Making Merry

13 comments:

Texan99 said...

Merry Christmas to you, too, Grim. We're about to set off on our 4-hour trek to the family gathering.

Tom said...

Merry Christmas Grim and all at the Hall!

Ymar Sakar said...

Minasan, Merry Christmas.

bthun said...

A most Merry Christmas and the best of wishes from the Hun hovel to you Grim & family, and to all the fine ladies and gentlemen who break the bread of friendship about The Hall.

Being a Southern Knuckle-dragger with musical tastes that track my genetics and environment, I'll offer this rendition of an old standard, cultured meets country in execution, for all of you good folk who are unable to be with loved ones during this time.

Best wishes...

DL Sly said...

Merry Christmas, Grim. Love the ornaments on the skull.

Merry Christmas to one and all and blessings for the coming year. As you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters always face away from you.
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Dad29 said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Eric said...

Io Saturnalia!

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to all in the Hall! May the day be festive, the night warm, the road easy and the company merry (within the local legal limit, should such a thing exist;) )

Anyone seen my wren box? I think I misplaced it last St. Stephen's Day.

LittleRed1

OldSoldier54 said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours, Grim!

Shalom

Grim said...

Ladies and gentlemen, I thank you.

Grim said...

Bthun:

Try this one.

dellbabe68 said...

Hope your Christmas was great, Grim and all!

bthun said...

Not to discount the beauty and majesty of music composed during the Medieval through the Romantic era, but I surely do enjoy the hue and cry of C&W, Gospel, with a dash of R&B vocalists, along with the occasional free-range carolers, singing the Christmas catalog.

Thanks Grim!