CommentsI loved the Waltons (still do) Thank You for that wonderful memory.
Posted by Trish on 09/16 at 08:22 PM | #
Calvin, You just have to “get with it”. The Walton’s were FAR too old fashioned.
They didn’t fornicate each other or their neighbors and they didn’t have to go to the doctors office to deal with the STD’s or cervical cancer they got from their innumerable “lovers”. They didn’t lie, cheat and steal nor murder and I never saw them burn down a neighbors property because their neighbor said something they did not want to hear, nor did I ever see them “high” on drugs. Nor did the steal the labors of others to give that largess to their kind so they could tell themselves how wonderful they were.
Instead, they did such arcane things as having an “ice cream social”, and helping a neighbor in need, and honored those who treated truth as being sacred.
Obviously the Watons were not “with it”, and as a matter of fact neither am I.
Posted by JohnMinn on 09/14 at 08:22 AM | #
A Walton’s 40th Anniversary tribute
Posted by Calvin E. Johnson Jr. on Sep 13, 2012 at 04:05 PM
Life on Walton's Mountain
Do you remember when John-Boy Walton asked Grandpa Zeb “Do we got something to show we own Walton’s Mountain?”…. and his Grandpa replied, quote:
“You can’t own a mountain any more than you can own an ocean or a piece of the sky. You hold it in trust. You live on it, you take life from it, and once you’re dead, you rest in it.” UnquoteMore...
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