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White Christmas

Christmas Day 1941

…eighteen days following the overwhelming attack on Pearl Harbor. Families found it difficult to celebrate the “peace on earth, good will toward men” that usually brought comfort and joy during the holidays. Christmas day, which usually was celebrated with joy and laughter just felt like darkness and despair for Americans.

And then on Christmas night

Bing Crosby sang White Christmas for the first time.

The sweet melody of this song brought minds to forget about the devastating tragedy as their minds drifted into the beautiful lyrics reminiscing about a Snow White Christmas.

It’s no wonder that this is the #1 Christmas Song of all time …for all of you #ChristmasNerds out there.

The movie came out 13 years later …and it’s my #1 all-time favorite movie. Michael and I watched it Saturday evening all cozy on the couch in front of the fire.


December 20, 2010 - Posted by | Celebrate |

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