Friday, February 22, 2013
Norton related items and items in Norton.
Ebay 1919 Norton, MA ad for House in the Pines Girls School -$12.98 Early Chartley Norton, MA postcard The W.A. Sturdy Company -$9 SS / Armstrong Acres Norton, MA matchcover matchbook -$.99 Norton, MA Neck Woods 1909 -$8.95 Photo: Canoe River Mill, Norton, Bristol County, MA -$8.99 Craigslist Ford F-Series Truck Parts 1987-2004 -Various 8' Ladder Racks Fits Ford 1987-1996 -$275 Loveseat, chair & ottoman -Free Armouire -$300 TV stand -$50
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Columnist still believes in Santa despite not getting a big screen television.
Dear Santa, How have you been? I hope this letter finds both you and Mrs. Claus in good health. I've been meaning to write you my list for this year, but I've been kinda of busy with this Patch thing. Anyway, for the last 20 years or so, I've asked for a big-screen TV, and I'm still waiting. I know I haven't always been good. Just the other day, a nice police officer pulled me over because I forgot to put my registration sticker on my license plate. It was due in July. Procrastination is a problem. I'm not exactly neat around the house. I have this bad habit of making a mess in the kitchen when I cook breakfast. I know my wife has spoken to you about this on more than one occasion. In fact, I think it has been one of her Christmas wishes. …
Monday, March 7, 2011
At my house, the set is always on.
My name is Bill, and I am a television junkie. Television is a huge part of my life, and you can decide for yourselves if that has been a good or bad thing. But ever since I was a little kid, TV has been my constant companion. It has helped educate me, entertain me and perhaps even corrupt me. One thing is for sure – television and I will always be the best of friends. My mom told me that when I was a baby in my walker, I would tear through the house when the theme music for the vintage TV show “The Real McCoys” would come through the scratchy speakers of our ancient black and white set. As a toddler, I would entertain my extended family by imitating the host of the old “Price Is Right” show. In my later childhood years I would work my …