We were thinking something like Christmas Shoes or Grown Up Christmas List, but we're unaware
A: My all-time favorite christmas song is All I want For Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey. Please don't sing Christmas Shoes; it's awful. Grown-up christmas list is really nice and I think that would make a really good duet. Good luck!
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- American Idol: The Great Holiday Classics
Charice Rocks Christmas
I’ve been in Christmas mood since two Saturdays ago. We went to Everland for their 10,000 won promo and boy was the place so Christmassy with all the trees, decorations and songs coming from the speakers all over the theme park. When I dropped by Lotte Department Store in Myeongdong last week, I felt the need to prepare Christmas presents.
I’ve been watching Charice’s performance at the Rockefeller Center on November 30th (December 1st KST). She made me cry with her version of “Grown-up Christmas List” but she also made me dance with her rendition of “Jingle Bell Rock.” Her duet with David Archuleta of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” made me think of what we’ll have for our Christmas dinner! LOL…
The three Christmas songs of Charice are available on iTunes USA and Amazon.com. I tried purchasing but they’re not available outside the US. Too bad. I guess I’ll have to ask my nephew to purchase them for me.
My A to Z dessert listOver.
Biscotti: Twice baked cookies in Italian. Twice as nice in your tummy.
Chouquette: A small portion of choux pastry sprinkled with pearl sugar. I ate this on my first day in Paris. I've been hungering to go back ever since.
Duets: Synthetic fruit flavoured ice candy outside, synthetic vanilla ice cream inside. But this is the taste of my childhood, and I still crave raspberry and mango duets on occasion. For more about vanilla ice cream, see V.
Éclair: Eat the one served at L'Opera in Delhi first. Everything else is too sweet.
Fudge: Cooper's in Lonavala make nice fudge. A very old-fashioned treat.
Gelato: After a whole childhood spent eating regular ice cream, my first bite into a gelato was sheer bliss! I've now (almost) given up the former for the latter (but see D)