Setting up the tree, it always fell over once or twice. Taking the decorations out of the trunk to trim theThe Chameleon of Rock Quilt Bedding Set was always fun and Tracy would always be lifted up to put the star or Angel at the top of the tree. Dad would pretend she was flying up like an Angel as he lifted her. When we were decorating the tree in our teens, Tracy would tease dad and say, “Ok dad, lift me up.” Mom always liked it when we would hang the decorations we made in school. One of us kids were always a designated Santa who would hand the gifts out to the others just like on the show. Thank God we had no Aunt Clara to give us bunny suits to wear. We had no uncles or aunts at all. Mom and dad were only children. A Christmas Story has been a staple movie for my family to watch every year. It’s warm and homey and just like the Christmases we had. I even wanted a Red Ryder rifle when I was nine.
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Christmas is not a japanese traditonal holiday (it’s a working day like any other), but the “title ” of american business interests have made it into a massive commercial venture – another reason to buy more stuff…. There is of course a Japanese christian community which does celebrate the religious dimension fo christmas, but they are a minority. Apart from that – no traditional US/European christmas dinner. Japanese kitchens would not accomodate a turkey ! But of late roast chicken has become a “tradition”. An amusing bit of trivia is that KFC started a christmas marketing campaign in Japan a fw decades ago and that it has become a tradition in some parts to have KFC for Christmas ….
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The attention to detail in this movie is obvious and I never felt shortchanged by aThe Chameleon of Rock Quilt Bedding Set. The bizarre characters are a delight to watch and I really liked the music, especially Ken Page’s singing as the Oogie Boogie Man, which was fantastic. Other significant characters included the doe-eyed Sally, who had the hots for Jack, a (literally) two-faced incompetent politician and a duck-faced, soup-loving mad scientist who created the rag-doll Sally. The characters were both creepy and endearing, some of them, such as Santa, were barely recognizable without their gear. Oogie Boogie was probably the most memorable and his nightmarish lair and props were amazing. Lock Shock and Barrel were some naughty little kiddies and who could ever forget that bathtub! Jack Skellington really carries the show though as the ever-yearning spiritual leader of Halloweentown. His passion and determination carried him through to attempt a holiday upgrade that never had a chance, but the attempted implementation and results in ChristmasTown were hilarious.