December 3, 2010

  grant and i are over the moon. michael lives on! have you heard this new single? it's catchy. and it's currently my favorite thing to youtube. i can't stop listening to it. it's awesome to hear that voice again! 


  the new album michael is expected to release december 14th and you can pre-order it now on itunes! the perfect christmas gift for a guy i know... (if we get any itunes cards this christmas, we know how to use them.) 


  and happy friday guys! this morning i'm enjoying snow, snow, and more snow. it's coming down hard and fast like in the movies, and it's on a mission: to make us stay put all weekend long. yay. so i'll be singing along with one of my favorite movie-songs. (be careful not to watch the video too much, it looks like they really filmed it on a moving train.. but you can listen!)

3 comments:

Misplaced Country Girl said...

Michael Jackson AND snow! Two of my very favorite things in life!

Enjoy that snow a little extra for me.

Anneliese said...

we don't have any snow here! i actually wouldn't mind some soon! i have this dvd sitting on top of my tv...i might just pop it in & have it on all day!

Amanda said...

We got some snow here in Wisconsin this weekend that you guys in MN having been getting for weeks now.

That scene in White Christmas is so delightful. I always pretended I was bouncing along the tracks with them. (I don't think my mom would've like me pouring salt on the table like they did, though.)

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