Thursday, December 8, 2011

Video Christmas Card from The Captain and Me

Last year's video was very spiritual, so this year I thought I would do something different and focus on the magic of believing in Santa and chose a beautiful non-traditional Christmas song performed by Melanie Thornton, one of my favorite musicians with one of the most beautiful voices I ever heard who left this earth way too soon ten years ago in a plane crash.  Celebrate life . . . it is way too short!

Where does the time go? This year flew by. It seems like yesterday I was creating last year's Video Christmas Card. I think the older one gets, the faster the days go by. What's up with that?

I'll probably be taking on a large freelance project that will take a big chunk of my computer time.  It will be nice to do something different, yet so familiar.  The extra money will come in handy to resurrect The Paradise to its former glory and let someone else do the work.  The second opinion from a specialist was not good and confirmed that I am in need of two knee replacements.  Not a good time to be gardening and re-landscaping this large property.  Oh well, at least I can still walk!

Check out my other blogs for lots of new posts . . . I've been so bad about listing new posts on this blog!  Before taking on the freelance project, I'll be adding RSS feeds to the sidebar.  Setting up advertising on my website and blogs has taken up lots of time . . . and of course I am still playing around with my new computer goodies.

Life is awesome!  What are you guys up to?


Intangible Hearts said...

Nice song and hope your knees feel better in the New Year. Blessings to you and the Captain!

Gina Alfani said...

Thank you so much :) Blessings to you and your family too!

Janet Gardner said...

Beautiful card and song, I never heard of her, I love her voice too, I'll have to check out more of her music. Good luck with your knees, take care.
Happy Holidays to you and the Captain,
Janet :)

Gina Alfani said...

Happy Holidays to you and your family too Janet!

Melanie had such an amazing voice! You may know her as part of the 90's dance music duo LaBouche. Here is a link to a post from my music blog on the duo . . . LaBouche ~ Be My Lover