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My favorite Christmas Eve tradition

24 Dec

My favorite Christmas Eve tradition is watching A Christmas Carol, the 1951 movie featuring Alastair Sim as Mr. Scrooge.

This is, in my opinion, the very best of the many versions out there, and is very faithful the book in word and spirit. I will turn off all the lights and watch it, snuggled in a blanket and sipping some hot cocoa or tea.

For a fun, but less traditional version, you can’t go wrong with¬†The Muppet Christmas Carol featuring Michael Caine as Mr. Scrooge and Kermit as Bob Cratchit.

Wishing you a peaceful Christmas Eve. Remember….there’s only one more sleep ’til Christmas.

 

 

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