An insurance salesman, an ugly sickness and a beautiful song??? A baby, a barn, and a cow trough with hay??? It just doesn't make any sense. No wonder William Dix asked "What Child Is This".
Here is the link of the video we talked about with Stevo as baby Jesus in the Nativity set. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HwauJLkIOE&index=38&list=PLy0nhMPs1f8zFVDmcHTfNvLoj438iH71c
Here is the link to the podcast about Tony's amazing brother Daniel we mentioned. Powerful Man Powerful Story HL111
The songs we use in this episode are "What Child Is This (Remix)" by Elizabeth Chan, "What Child Is This" by The Piano Guys and "What Child Is This" by The New England Children's Chorus & Orchestra from one of my favorite Christmas albums "A Choral Christmas; Christmas Magic". We don't own the rights to any of them.
Many of our simple, childish and fun Christmas songs were actually birthed out of difficulty, heartache and even tragedy. Believe it or not, "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" is one with quite the history behind it. If you like the song or the movie, you're going to want to listen to this.
You probably know the song, but do you know it's history? Merry Christmas and Happier Holidays.
Have your Holidays, or even your life, ever become stale? There is a world of difference between living and existing. Between waiting for life to happen and ingesting it instead. Merry Christmas and Happier Holidays.
What's the difference between having Happy Holidays or having hectic ones? Listen and find out. Thanksgiving is the beginning to the Holiday season. How we start something will usually determine how we finish it. Start strong, end strong. Remember, it's not called ThanksGETTING it's called ThanksGIVING. However, if we're not careful we can go from giving to getting that fast. Keep Thanksgiving from becoming Thanksgetting and have a Happier Holidays!
Halloweens over. Time to put those skeletons away!
We would like to thank James Kocian for the songs he wrote for Happy Life Studios. The ones we used in this episode are "Another Perfect Day", "Bumper 1", and "Head Boppin". We sure appreciate you James. Check out more of his music here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
How to be Happy when everything looks so scary. Have a Happy(life) Halloween!
Thanks to Recording Artist, Songwriter and Happy LiferJames Kocian, for the use of "Head Boppin", ". Check out more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
Success, struggle, faithfulness, how to grieve and a few other things I learned from my Mom and Dad's lives. Listen as Tony helps me recap this last week surrounding my Mom's burial.