Tag Archives: Bobby Valentine

Jackie Bradley, Jr., Jackie Bradley, Jr.

I haven’t been paying attention to the activities at Jet Blue Park in Fort Myers, Florida.  That’s “Fenway South” for the uninitiated.  True, WEEI is piped into my right ear at least four hours per day and I hear the … Continue reading

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Love Was Made for Me and You

If Mr. Right ever shows up, I hope he brings me a heart-shaped pizza. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Off With His Head

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know I have a slight addiction to sports talk radio.  I’ve tried “radio fasts” and “mental dental floss,” but at the end of the day, I’ve only managed to cobble together … Continue reading

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Talk of the Toile – Sort Of

I’ve wanted to be a writer for a long time, maybe since I started journal writing in 1974.  I have style guides and writing books; I have friends and family who encourage me.  These friends and family have also given … Continue reading

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No Matter What

I can’t quite believe it but the Red Sox have been on a tear since Friday, May 11, 2012.  They’ve won 9 out of 12 games and although I can’t take credit for their success, I was at the game … Continue reading

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Margaret Makes Toast of the Jinx

A few weeks ago, Uncle Bob accused me of jinxing the Red Sox, our neighbor Margaret was upset about it, and I had to crawl into a rain barrel.  One detail I left out was the fact that on Sunday … Continue reading

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Julie Jinxes The Red Sox

On Saturday night, I stopped over to Uncle Bob’s to give him some Dorinny corn I wanted him to plant.  It’s organic corn from way up north at Wood Prairie Farm in Bridgewater, Maine.  He seemed agreeable and he said … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – Betsy Shags A Meatball

April is the busiest month in New England.   Everything happens at once and it reaches a point of mania just about now.  Tulips are coming up, forsythia are blooming, the ground is thawed and ready for working, and at least … Continue reading

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