Every year someone posts Tim Minchin’s “White Wine In The Sun” on the blog. It’s just such a beautiful holiday song. You can read more about it here. All the best to you all this holiday season! See you next week.
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Here’s Tim Minchin’s “White Wine In The Sun.” It’s smart, secular, pleasingly preachy and absolutely beautiful — truly one one of the great Christmas songs. Posting it has become one of my favourite annual Dog Blog traditions.
Merry Xmas, Regina. I’ve been in Edmonton for the last couple weeks and tonight I’m alternating Aperol (red) and Chartreuse (green), hoping that by doubling up on my digestifs I’ll offset the damage all this holiday overeating’s done to my belly.
I’ve also been programming the music for the Dechene family Xmas Eve and this track by Dressy Bessy didn’t go over so well with the folks but I like it.
Cat vs. tree:
Tree vs. cat:
Tree vs. cat:
Classic gift-wrapped cat:
More Simon’s Cat:
One hour of L’il Bub staring at a fire:
In the latest issue, I put together “The Ultimate Holiday-Themed End-of-the-World Playlist” (which I’d actually titled “The Ultimate End-of-the-World-Themed Holiday Playlist” but Steve changed it). In fact, it’s a selection of the Christmas music I was playing already and I just slapped an apocalypse skin on top of it.
And seeing as it’s the holiday home stretch, I thought I’d post it here….
After the jump, the track listing and a whole bunch of 70s neckbeard.
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