*NEW! You asked for it, and now you can download a free copy of the MP3 here!
Does Christmas get any more merry than this?!?
My apologies if I have been out of touch lately, but this project has been all-consuming this week. I hope you have a wondrous holiday, and that you enjoy this - the first of many musical performances to come. If you do enjoy it, please share wherever you deem appropriate - there is a share button in the toolbar at the bottom of your screen and one for Facebook at the top of this post - either are a snap to use. I can also provide downloadable versions in Powerpoint - simply e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can save them to your PC.
When the music stops playing my vacation begins. We'll be back some time late in the next week - unless I am seriously inspired and have to run back to the computer to post. ;) It's been a remarkable year, so let's celebrate it in song!
*Technical notes. You'll need Flash to view this. It was a challenge to make - and is still not perfect. It's an SWF file, and converting to FLV or finding a decent SWF hotlinking host is not easy. At least not yet - I'm still learning. If you know of a fix for either please let me know! The timing is off a bit - but hey, Nigel made it. ;) You may see a blank box below where a video should be. It's loading, trust me. Pop open another browser window and kill a minute or two and come back, and there it is! If you're like me and completely lack patience, you can get a faster fix by downloading directly from here: View The 12 Dog Days of Christmas
You can save the downloadable version to your computer for later enjoyment.
*The twelve items:
Twelve whippet ladies,
Eleven morons marching,
Ten pairs of cutoffs,
Nine stripper poles,
Eight jets a-flying,
Seven cats a-swimming,
Six yummy Snuggies,
Four big balloons,
Three bird suits,
Two black bars
And a Bugweiser can cozy