Sunday, December 16, 2012

Merry Christmas, Darling and Blue Christmas

As promised, here is the video of our son singing this past week.  At one point, you can hear the baby, Esme, squealing in the background and it makes Christopher smile.  Hope you like his Elvis impression!

I think he could be a good Elvis impersonator myself. What do you think? And I truly enjoyed hearing my son sing this...that is me beside my cousin, Chris, singing together at the end.  JOY!

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  1. Oh, that was fun! Yes, he does a great Elvis!

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    1. Thanks, Terry! It was fun, wasn't it?
      These songs were at the end after he had been singing for two hours! Even so, I thought they were great.

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  2. Wow! He should get himself on American Idol!

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    1. Dear Kay,
      I think he should too! :-)

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  3. SO NICE! I especially like Richard's reflection in the mirrored column during the first half. And, of course, getting to see Kay sing too!!! Good job, Christopher!

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    1. Thanks, Audrey! HA HA Richard was hoping that no one would notice him! Sounds like I should have kept quiet, but never mind, can you tell how joyful this was for us all?

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  4. Well done, Christopher! He has a really nice voice, I'd love to have this kind of thing in my local department store!

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    1. Thanks Sulky Kitten!
      So, you must be back from Florida, I hope the tornado didn't come too close to you while you were there!
      Hope you have a happy Christmas.xx

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    1. Thanks, Kate! Happy Creative times to you and happy Christmas!xx

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  6. Hello Kay,
    Really heart warming and liked the quick smile caused by Esme!! Acapella, now that is hard to do, well done!
    Ivan

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    1. Hey Ivan!
      I loved that C. had that quick smile, so much like him,
      he always been the sweetest guy. And singing acapella is hard to do, isn't it? Maybe next time, he will bring his guitar! Thank you from my son!

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  7. That is terrific, Kay! He sings very well. Now, if only something like this would happen at one of the stores here...

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    1. OH, and if I remember you live very close to the mall there and you could just walk there and be entertained. That sounds very nice indeed!
      Hope all is well with you and yours and that ya'll have a happy Christmas!

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  8. All he needs is a rhinestone jumpsuit! Do you sew?

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    1. Hey Debra!
      You are so funny. No, I can't sew but I will find somebody who can! :-)

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  9. He has a great voice, you must be very proud!

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    1. He amazes me, he sounds so good, even with this little tinny microphone, I think you can tell he has a nice voice!

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  10. Christopher has a great voice. It is nice that you got in the act, Kay.

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    1. Hey Paul!
      Luckily, I held out until just towards the end. I was having such fun, grinning from ear to ear!

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  11. Great stuff, Kay!! It's also great to see Richard and yourself in the video. Little Esme was joining in, wasn't she :-)

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    1. Thanks, Meike! HA HA, Richard didn't know he was in that mirror until we looked at the video!
      Love that little Esme squealed in the video. I can tease her when she is older and say that this was her first concert! (She is 8 months old!)

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  12. Talented and good looking -- he must take after his mother!

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    1. HA HA, Mimi, Christopher inherited my allergies and love for baseball, and that's about it! :-)

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  13. Your son has a beautiful voice - acapella is not easy! Talk about a tough gig, singing among the clothing racks with shoppers walking to and fro! Christopher did a great job with his Elvis voice! Wow! He could give the Elvi in Vegas some competition!

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  14. Great Elvis impersonation! How fun to sing there! Do they book people or is it sort of an open microphone? I loved it when the shoppers came up to see who was singing Blue Christmas at the end! Dave in DC

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