Tuesday, December 1, 2009

A little Holiday cheer

video

I thought you might enjoy this old video, watch the little boy on Erny's right, he's really got rhythm , and enjoys what he is doing. We say" Merry Christmas here "!
Love Mag & Bob

15 comments:

  1. If I'm not mistaken, that little guy with the rhythm is Ernie's son. I remember him talking about it when his son was grown. Great video, and boy did he have a great voice. Once again, reminds me of watching him with Dad.

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  2. I love it, and that little guy is a cutie!

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  3. Bob, Thanks for the video...really cute.
    AND thanks for the recipe, I know my kids will enjoy this dish.
    My plantita de aji looks very happy in the patio. When transplanting...better in a large planter or directly somewhere in my backyard?
    Love to both,
    Cecilia

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  4. This video was from 1952 and the boy is his son Brian...I googled it. I remember watching this show too...bless your little pea pickin' heart!

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  5. I thought his name was Flip, or Skip, or Chip or something like that, but Brian will also work!

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  6. Correction...the video was from 1957...I was born in 1952...Oops!

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  7. Great video!

    Trish, you are still a kid . . . I was born in 1941, which sounds like such a long time ago.

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  8. I HAD A 1952 CHEVY TRUCK, THAT WAS A GOOD YEAR !

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  9. I started kindergarden in 1952...ah...I remember it well. Mrs. Burns was my teacher.

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  10. Pat do you have that picture of the rag curles that mom put in your hair ? I think it was about that time, the one with the Mona Lisa smile. Can you post it ? Love Bob

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  11. Oh Bob, I hate that picture! Mona Lisa smile? That's putting it kindly! It was more a look of intolerance...probably over my hair!

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  12. I LOVE YOU MAGGIE AND BOBB..MERRY XMAS!!!!!

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  13. HOLA AMIGA...COMO ESTAS FANTASTIC THANKS GOD...

    NELLY....

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  14. ...I remember it well. Mrs. Burns was my teacher.

    kobe beef

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