Welcome to Day 8 of the Challenge! Today’s guest writer is Flick from The Baby Vine. Flick choose a modern classic Christmas song that most will know and love. Click to find out what song Flick choose below.
Hey everyone! Thank you so much for the positive responses to the “25 Days of Holiday Songs”! If this your first time joining me on the challenge, you can read the posts from Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3 by clicking on each day.
I also want to announce that I have created a playlist on Spotify. It features songs mentioned during the challenge as well as some recommendations. You can check it out here or below:
Moving on to today’s post, guest writer Amy Barnes picked a classical Christmas hymn. But, the memories behind this Christmas song is so deep and bittersweet. It will touch the hearts of whoever reads it.
Click to read Amy’s heartwarming memories and her Christmas song pick!
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