Mele Kalikimaka

I went out and looked for this video after I made the following comment over at John Shore's place:

My dad spent time in the late 30s at Scofield Barracks in Hawaii (before the attack on Pearl Harbor) as an Army chef for a colonel. What carried over from this experience was the crazy Hawaiian music he loved to listen to.

The rule in our home on Christmas morning was that my sister and I had to wait until my Dad played Christmas music before we could come downstairs and open our presents.. and it was especially crazy when my Dad played a Hawaiian Christmas song.
It is fun reminiscing about those times so long ago. What about you? Do you have any Christmas memories to share with us?

1 comment:

  1. I wish we did have Christmas traditions like this - thanks for sharing - we have a 2 week holiday second week in Jan at a place called Bremmer Bay - this is year 15.


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