Merry Christmas (2008) and Happy New Year (2009)

Well, with the holidays on us, I haven’t had the time to write as much. I have had the chance to spend some treasured time with family. It always goes by so quickly, though.
Last year we had so much fun making our “Mann Christmas message,” that we decided to do it again.
I present it here now for your…entertainment enjoyment.
It may be entertaining, but the message is sincere! Hope your Christmas was Merry and your New Year is Happy!


Filed under family, Kids, Videos

4 responses to “Merry Christmas (2008) and Happy New Year (2009)

  1. Tami

    This makes my 3 year old sooooo happy we play it over and over and over again. Thanks

  2. cschande

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Searcy, Arkansas! I’m a Senior at Harding and I grew up in Paragould, so I’ve been through Piggot many times.

    I really enjoy reading your blog. Keep up the good work. I’ve just started a new blog that will be highlighting the secular progressive movement (gay agenda, pro-abortion causes, etc). Unfortunately, most Christians still don’t know what’s going on out there and the mainstream media certainly isn’t covering it.

    We’re looking to build a solid group of social conservatives who’ll frequent our site regularly and contribute to some good discussions. I hope you’ll check us out!

    If you’ll add us to your blogroll we’ll gladly add you to ours. Our blog is at


  3. Clayton

    That was a great treat to watch. I wish all of you a very Happy New Year! I love and miss you my friend(s).

  4. FLFlatlander

    Here’s to a “Blessed” 2009 to you and your family, Roland! Thanks for your message – it just makes us miss you even more!

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