I've heard a lot of talk this season about It's a Wonderful Life. I haven't seen it for a few years; this will be the year we watch it again. There is, in fact, a Seattle theater group doing an improv show based on the movie called It's Your Wonderful Life where each performance will be based on the life of one of the audience members!
Our favorite kids' Christmas video is Alabaster's Song, about the angel on the top of the tree that tells the story of the first Christmas to the littlest child in the family.
I saw an article the other day that talked about Christmas movies that incorporate creation, the fall and redemption. The author's favorite is a 1941 movie starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunn called Penny Serenade. It's not available at the library, but I did find the full movie on You Tube. We plan to watch it tonight.
Why not take a few minutes right now to share your favorite Christmas movie with us? We'll all appreciate your input!