Christmas Music GIVEAWAY!

We are sponsoring our first Giveaway.  We are so excited!

We have 4 MP3 downloads
of the Christmas albumMidnight Clear
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This album - of 9 original arrangements of beloved Christmas songs - is from Utah based concert pianist, Jason Lyle Black.
I just listened to the album, what beautiful arrangements.  I love the simple sound of just the piano.  I found it very relaxing.
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Jason's album will be a wonderful addition to our Christmas music collection.  It would also make a great gift...  I know my parents (and my in-laws) would love this too!  His arrangements are impressive.
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Jason was featured on the Ellen Degeneres Show, CNN and has played several concerts with Jon Schmidt.  He plays the piano backwards and upside down! He is known for his delightful parodies and inventive playing.
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Just for fun...  here is a short video collection of Jason playing some of his parodies:
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HERE ARE THE DETAILS:
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In the comments below
share with us
a line from one of your favorite Christmas movies.
Please include the name of the movie.
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No limit on how many times you can comment,
but you can only win once.  :)
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The first 4 people
to share a line from the same movie
Kim's family must watch every year
WINS!
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Good Luck!
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Winners (and movie) will be announcedSunday, December 11
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Be sure to leave an email address so we can contact you.
If you are uncomfortable leaving your address for all to see,
simply send it to us via freshairedesigns@gmail.com.
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We also have available for all of our readers
a free download of
Oh Come All Ye Faithful
Thanks Jason and Allison!
Merry Christmas!

24 comments:

  1. I can never remember lines from movies- but my children do. They can carry on a conversation just quoteing movie lines. I think all my brain cells passed to them at birth. From Jim- "Fragile . . . Hmmmm. Must be Italian." (pronounced fra gee lay) and from Becky- "I triple dog dare you." both from A Christmas story. Obviously I need to find a copy of that movie and watch it soon. Thanks for getting me thinking today.

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  2. "I'm glad he took our presents. You can't hurt Christmas, Mr. Mayor, beacuse it isn't about the... the gifts or the contest or the fancy lights. That's what Cindy's been trying to tell everyone... and me. I don't need anything more for Christmas than this right here: my family." Lou Lou Who in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" with Jim Carrey
    "Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real things in the world are the things we can't see." from "The Polar Express"
    Both are two movies that start my Christmas season.
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  3. The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear - Elf

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  4. From Jim- "Fragile . . . Hmmmm. Must be Italian." (pronounced fra gee lay) and from Becky- "I triple dog dare you." both from A Christmas story

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  5. "What is it you want, Mary? What do you want? You want the moon? Just say the word and I'll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. Hey. That's a pretty good idea. I'll give you the moon, Mary." It's a Wonderful Life...i love that movie!!

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  6. ...Better be careful...you'll shoot yer eye out!"...Gotta love The Christmas Story!

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  7. "At one time most of my friends could hear the bell, but as years passed it fell silent for all of them. Even Sarah found one Christmas that she could no longer hear its sweet sound. Though I've grown old the bell still rings for me, as it does for all who truly believe." The Polar Express

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  8. Seeing isn't believing, believing is seeing. Or Scott Calvin: "can we take a direct flight back to reality or do we have to change planes in Denver." any of the Santa clause movies with Tim Allen. We love them all!!!

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  9. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is definitely one of our family favorite...I asked the kids which line they loved best about the movie and they said it was Gladys Herdman's line "Shazaaammmm!"
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  10. The other favorite movie we watch is A Christmas Carol and our favorite line is "Bah!" said Scrooge. "Humbug!"
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  11. Oh, here is another one (this is fun)... A Charlie Brown Christmas favorite line for our family is when Charlie says "Good grief" and then Linus' Line (so cute) "I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It's not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love"

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  12. Oh just one more for today...from A Charlie Brown Christmas: Charlie asks Lucy "What's pantophobia?" and Lucy replies "The fear of everything" and Charlie says "THAT'S IT!" and then Lucy leaves. So cute!

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  13. You'll shoot your eye out!!! Gotta watch " A Christmas Story" Every year!

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  14. We have to keep the contest going a bit longer... no winners yet. Loving the quotes though!

    We may have to go with Kim's second must see Christmas movie. :)

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  15. "OOOH! A Christmas Gram! What's that? I want one!!" from Elf. So love that movie!

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  16. "You may be an undigested bit of beef, a blot of mustard, a crumb of cheese, a fragment of an underdone potato. There's more of gravy than grave about you" from The amazing Christmas Carol, the Classic of all Classics.

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  17. "Here Daddy, paste it!" from It's a Wonderful Life. The holidays aren't complete without that one.

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  18. "Why are you doing this?" "Because you need it and because I need to give it to you." from The Ghosts of Dicken's Past. This is a must-see if you've never seen and a multi repeat for us every year! Merry Christmas!!!

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  19. "A bee, Scott?" "A BIG bee!!" from The Santa Clause. So many great one-liners from that one, actually.

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  20. "You're a little absent minded, spirit", "No I'm a LARGE absent minded spirit!" From A Muppets Christmas Carol. We can't get enough from any and all versions of that story.

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  21. "You're just a nice old man with whiskers, like my mother said" or "Susan, I speak French, but that doesn't make me Joan of Arc!" from Miracle on 34th street. We obviously watch too many holiday films...hmmm...

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  22. "I know it’s a magic train. Actually, it’s a Baldwin 2-8-4 S3-class steam locomotive built in 1931 at the Baldwin Locomotive Works. It weighs 456,100 pounds and..." That's the way things happen on the Polar Express!

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  23. How could we have forgotten THIS one!?! "Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before! Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store.
    Maybe Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!"
    We will always adore How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Before the age of videos, DVD,s DVR, etc. I used to wait with great anticipation for the ONE time the network would show this at Christmas and then hope it wasn't on a Sunday night! :)

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  24. I had to ask Kim for a list of her family's "must see Christmas movies" so we could find our winners.

    These are their top 7 (in order):
    1. Christmas Vacation
    2. Elf
    3. White Christmas
    4. A Christmas Story
    5. The Polar Express
    6. White Christmas
    7. Babes in Toyland

    Here are our *winners (first to quote from the Kim's list):
    1. Senior Family, Elf
    2. Gayle, Elf
    3. Decker Family, A Christmas Story
    4. Linda Moea'i, A Christmas Story

    Congrats and Merry Christmas!

    *Please contact us at freshairedesigns@gmail.com for directions on how to receive your MP3 download of the album "Midnight Clear" by Jason Lyle Black.

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