All it needs is a little love …

Sun, December 24, 2006


For your holiday pleasure, I thought I’d share a real Charlie Brown Christmas tree taken from the woods at my parents’ house.

I hope you all have a Merry Christmas, a happy holiday, and a Happy New Year.

And as my holiday gift for you, here’s a link to an amazing new Christmas song from one of my favorites, Aimee Mann – scroll down to the link for Calling on Mary.

It’s classic Aimee.

See you in the New Year!

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11 Responses to “All it needs is a little love …”

  1. Oh, The Joys Says:

    It is a classic! Merry Christmas!

  2. MommaSteph Says:

    Very sweet! Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas!

    Give ‘em hell in 2007!

  3. Gunfighter Says:

    Merry Christmas, PM!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    it’s a beautiful tree… better than the ones sold by the mass growers — or the horrible artificial trees! you are lucky to have parents who can see the beauty in nature and make it part of christmas.

  5. Sunil Parmar Says:

    Hello PunditMom!
    This is my first time on your blog & i’m mesmerized:).

    Wish you Merry Christmas,Happy New year and Happy Holidays:).

  6. vasilisa Says:

    Merry Christmas, and here’s to hoping you’re having great holidays all around!

  7. Kelley Says:

    I hope you and your family enjoyed a wonderful holiday!

    (And I love the “Charlie Brown” Christmas tree!)

  8. Jenny Says:

    I love it! Merry (late) Christmas!

  9. Anali Says:

    Such a pretty tree! I love it! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have a great new year too!

  10. Bill Says:

    A Pundit Mom who likes Aimee Mann. That’s what I’m talking about.

    So, you should check out Hem. the band. Dreamy just right literary lyrics — and always an interesting story. And at the same time, Over the Rhine is what you need for the quieter times. Anyway, love the blog. I’m a bit sad to see the tree taken from a farm — can it go back? Or be replanted in your yard? What is the right answer about Christmas Trees? Is it okay to cut down a tree to help celebrate a holiday that has taken on a real materialistic/consumerism quality? Or is doing the tree the one part that is still legitimate because it reflects a connection with nature and a need to pursue that connection in a celebration of the Winter season??????

  11. Damselfly Says:

    It’s really a nice little tree, Charlie Brown!

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