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Merry Christmas (or XMAS) everyone!
2019 is coming to an end in about a week and I wanted to release one last episode for you guys and gals. I feel I have written these same words several times since Thanksgiving so I will make it brief.
2020 is going to be a really fun year for Walnut GroveCast and there will be interviews with the cast members that I can trick into coming onto the show, more giveaways and anything else that might pop into my head! In 2019 specifically, I have built many friendships within this small community and I am glad to see that many friendships have flourished within the community members, there have been celebrations, tragic losses and bickering and it truly feels like a solid community of wackos who I can say without a doubt are ‘My People” …mission accomplished! I am also happy to report that unlike many other LHOTP groups, the people in WGC seem to have a love of the art of grammar and spelling (and cipherin’).
Above all of that I can’t thank the people who help with the finances associated to hosting the show and general costs that seem to be never ending. It means a lot to me that I am not the only crazy one who is willing to put time, effort and money into such a fun project! 2020 is going to be another server move which should not effect you at all but it means I get to do a lot of work, work that I truly love. Think of me as Isaac in The Craftman, except I’m not quite that old….yet.
This episode may be our longest clocking in at 2 hours, 36 minutes and 31 seconds!
Bless All the Dear Children and it originally aired on December 17, 1984. I am joined by Mrs. Kim Layer of The Florida Layer’s who, along with me had never seen this hard to find Little House on the Prairie TV Movie.
“During preparations for a Christmas baby, Rose Wilder is kidnapped by a woman who recently lost her child. While looking for Rose, Laura, Almanzo, and Mr Edwards meet a lonely orphan boy who ends up living with that woman.”
I hope you enjoy this as much as we did!
See you next year!
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The opening song “Albert” is written and performed by the amazing Norwegian band, Project Brundlefly and is used with permission.
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