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Happy Thanksgiving, DA Honeybees!

22 November 2010
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At DA Buzzing we’re hitting the Thanksgiving trail to meet up with family and friends. We’ll return soon and pick up David Archuleta’s trail, but until then, here’s a poem for you. Imagine David singing it! We wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving! Over the River by Linda Maria Child Over the river and […]


Happy Thanksgiving!

26 November 2009
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As a fan, I am grateful all year for David Archuleta and his gift of music. But this Thanksgiving Day I am even more thankful to David and his mother Lupe. Their duet of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” Tuesday night brought home the true meaning of the holidays. A special time of year […]

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Type Bee: DA Glee Bees

24 November 2009
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Tonight in Salt Lake City David Archuleta begins a holiday tour for his debut Christmas album, Christmas from the Heart! My sister and I are very thankful for the opportunity to attend both the Santa Rosa and San Francisco shows. I love seeing David at smaller venues—I think he enjoys them too. Out of sheer […]

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Song of the Week

23 November 2009
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  SongsThanksgiving is right around the corner. A special time spent with family and friends, as we all sit down together to enjoy a large feast. But it is also time to reflect on the things in our lives that we should be thankful for. Whether we are thankful for our health, good fortune in […]

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David Archuleta Weekly Wrapup

22 November 2009
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  pikepss Weekly on David Archuleta Good Morning to all Honeybees and Fans of David Archuleta! Many people believe Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays. Actually, one of the most notable occasions is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is surprisingly a widely celebrated holiday that crosses over many nationalities and religion. Thanksgiving has held a special […]

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