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December 17, 2009


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Wonderful! Now I know exactly what it is I love so much about this movie. Wish I could find a theater to watch it in!


great post about a great movie! i tweeted about it!

D. Lohrding

I loved this post! I wear a bracelet during the holidays that I placed an angel and a bell charm (which really rings). When others notice or comment I state every time a bell rings an angel gets their wings! ;-*
darbys closet at yahoo dot com

Carolyn Sills

Great article! I'm always looking for people writing about It's A Wonderful Life. I wanted to share a song I wrote with you called George Bailey, thought you might get a kick out of it. You can hear it on my website or watch the youtube video below. Thanks and happy holidays!

Carolyn Sills

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