Thursday, June 25, 2009

Christmas And A Half-Happy Birthday

Here we are again, exactly half way between last Christmas and next Christmas, and if you remember, it's also my birthday! That's OK, you didn't have to get me anything. Instead, I got you a nice little collection of 32 (I think) Christmas songs from various 45s I had laying around, so why don't you download this collection and see if it doesn't put you into the Christmas spirit. Well, at least half of a Christmas spirit.


Unknown said...

Thanks Ernie! I've been eagerly awaiting Christmas And a Half 2009.

And, Happy Birthday!

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday! My B-Day was yesterday. We're so lucky to have only a six-month wait between birthday and Christmas, aren't we?

Anonymous said...


Thank you so much for this. I was really looking forward to Christmas and a Half this year and you sure delivered =) As always of course.

thanks again for all you do and have a magical birthday and merry christmas and a half to you!


Unknown said...

Happy Birthday !!

And Thanks For The Present !!

Buster said...

Happy birthday, Ern! Many more.

The King of Jingaling said...

You're the man, sir!

Giving gifts to others on your birthday--quite noble.

Sorry the weather didn't hold out for your photos. I hope you got a little celebrating in.

mel said...

Because of the time difference between our countries, I belatedly wish you many happy returns of the day.

Lee Hartsfeld said...

First off, have a wonderful birthday!

Second off, how can you even think of Christmas this time of year? Nothing about our local weather evokes it, for sure--high humidity, 90s, rain. I mean, winter--what a concept.

In spite of all this, I'm eager to download your Yuletunes. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

A late Happy Birthday to you!

And thanks for the wonderful collection!

Mikael, Sweden

Stephen said...

Happy belated birthday, Ernie! Sorry I missed it, but I was out camping. Hope you had a great one. Thanks for thinking of all your pals. I look forward to listening to this, as always.

Unknown said...

Happy Birthday, Ernie! And thanks for the great music.

Not to put any pressure on you, but I'm really looking forward to Christmas in July. It's a great tradition, and nobody does it better than you!