Category Archives: The Waltons

Meeting Personal Heroes

I had a particularly exciting day today. I traveled down to Milton Keynes (quite a journey) to attend a book signing by Mary McDonough (best known for her role as Erin Walton on The Waltons, which friends and regular readers … Continue reading

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Three Fictional Teachers That I Like

One goal which I have had for a long time is to become a teacher. While I am not necessarily working towards it at this point in my life/career, it’s still something which I’d like to do eventually. What I … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Earl Hamner

Today was a sad day because today was the day that Earl Hamner died. Since I read his book Spencer’s Mountain in 2009, he has been my favourite author (or at least one of them, it fluctuates a bit) and … Continue reading

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Goodnight John-Boy by Earl Hamner and Ralph Giffin

(I have decided to write a book review every day this week, as well as the three usual posts) This is a non-fictional book about the 1970s television show, The Waltons. Mainly, it is an episode guide, but it also … Continue reading

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