Monday, December 21, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 21 December 09

Here's a nice story for this Holiday Time! Once Upon A Blog, there was a Princess...

Christmas Cards(?) Bai-Ling style.

President Bill Clinton reflects on the accomplishments of the Clinton Foundation in 2009 and wishes his Facebook fans a happy holiday season.

Howzabout a Blue Christmas Tree to go with that Blue Christmas?

What do you get when you mix a Christmas Light show with Guitar Hero? Christmas Light Hero!

Nacer en Honduras [es] shares Christmas music from Honduras, including an album by the group The Speeds, which released the Christmas album in 1969.

Lady Banana made a visit to the Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.

Merry Christmas 2009 - Over the Christmas holiday, Geoffrey's blog will celebrate its fourth anniversary. It’s been an interesting journey and one that has had many twists and turns ...

Photos from the annual Christmas party at Nata village in Botswana: “The festivity kicked off with an early morning breakfast. Soon after breakfast the students were treated to a game of truth or false regarding health related issues, with an answer behind every question.”

Barbados' Notes From A Small Rock and Signifyin' Guyana are catchin' the Christmas fever.
Some have gone in search of the real Camelot...

Not much time left for Christmas Shopping! Have fun this Holiday Season, and remember: Blogging is DANGEROUS!
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