As I mentioned in the comments section of yesterday's post, I enjoyed the movie "Scrooged" yesterday. And, I was right, I had seen it before. It was worth watching again though.
After that movie, I watched one called "Christmas On Chestnut Street" that was on one of the other movie channels. It was a pretty good movie, or what I saw of it was. I missed a lot of it because I was having dinner. So, all I saw properly was the end... But that bit was good. LOL!
I slept most of this morning, then spent the afternoon listening to the streams at The Wolven.
AliceKay was doing her Sunday morning (morning for her anyway) "inspirational stream" and, although that's not really the kind of music I listen to, I thought I'd listen in just to get a chance to hear her stream. She does a fantastic job! I tuned in just in time to hear her play "Connie Talbot - I Believe" (which I only sent her yesterday) then she played "Aselin Debison - The Gift" for me. Anyway, it was a pretty enjoyable stream. Some of that "inspirational" music can be really pretty... Even if I don't agree with the words of most of the songs! LOL!
Then Kerry did her country music stream and played Christmas themed country music for two whole hours. Since I love country music, I don't think I need to say that I enjoyed that. I mean, the only thing better than country music is Christmas themed country music! LOL!
After the streams, I had my dinner, then watched "Miracle On 34th Street" which I'm sure you all know is a Christmas movie starring "Mara Wilson" about a mother and daughter who don't believe in father Christmas, and a man named "Chris Kringle" who helps them find the holiday spirit. Helping others find their holiday spirit along the way.
And, just now I watched a cute little movie called "A Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen" which was quite amusing. Never seen it before, and only ended up watching it by accident, but glad I found it, because it was a lovely little movie about a reindeer called "Rusty" who saves Christmas.
That's pretty much my day, so enjoy what ever's left of your own day!