OK. This is the last time I'm mentioning anything about Christmas until next holiday season. I think we're all a little over the holidays, but this is pretty neat. A flash mob of Christmas carolers sang to Christmas shoppers at Sedalia's Walmart.

According to KMBC 9: "The Christmas flash mob featured around 40 singers from Lifepoint Church, Katy Park Baptist Church, New Hope and Maplewood Church."

If you're not up on the latest trendy lingo, a "flash mob" is defined by Merriam-Webster as: "a group of people summoned (as by e-mail or text message) to a designated location at a specified time to perform an indicated action before dispersing."

It's probably not the type of thing you would expect to come across as you're doing your last-minute shopping, but I bet it put a lot of smiles on a lot of faces. I'm surprised that I missed this, because it seems like I'm constantly in Walmart! Check out the video above. See anyone you recognize?