My Favorite Animated Christmas Special
Thanks for the post, Arthur Lawrence
For many years now, my favorite animated Christmas special has been Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer. This show is a classic and has been shown every year at Christmas time for over 30 years. I know every single song throughout the entire show. It only lasts for thirty minutes but it wouldn’t be Christmas without it.
Rudolf is a great character because he shows that no matter what you are or what your disabilities in life may be, you can rise above it and become the best at anything you choose. He becomes the lead reindeer on Santa’s sleigh because of a severe storm in which Santa can only deliver his Christmas toys if he uses Rudolf’s shiny nose. What was once cause for all the other reindeer to make fun of, actually ends up saving Christmas for children all over the world.
Every year, my family and I sit down with a big bowl of popcorn and hot chocolate and watch this great animated Christmas special on our satalite tv. It is the culmination of all of our Christmas preparations. We decorate the house, make our Christmas cookies and candies, put up the tree, light it all up and then sit and watch our favorite show of all time, Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer. It just wouldn’t be Christmas without it, we enjoy like new each year.
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