Magic Time – Induction at the Hall of Fame – Garry Armstrong

From the Hall of Fame induction — September 12, 2013 — pictures of happy people having a really great day. These are the pictures from the ceremony and immediately after it.

At the Hall of Fame, September 2013
At the Hall of Fame, September 2013

Plus, a great picture of us by Bill Brett (Boston Globe) and a rare picture of Garry and his brother, Dr. Anton Armstrong … and Garry at the podium accepting the award. Typically these events are a bit of a letdown, but this one was not. It was just what we wanted it to be and maybe even better!

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

12 thoughts on “Magic Time – Induction at the Hall of Fame – Garry Armstrong”

      1. I’m packing. And moving. From a place far away, to another place far away – because that’s what I do when I get bored.

        But packing isn’t a knack I was born with..and so I procrastinate, then sort, then toss stuff out,then procrastinate some more, then break out the Jim Beam, then – well, you know how it goes πŸ˜‰

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            1. It means slipping and sliding on the frozen drive way. It means waiting for my son to have time to clear it so we can get out of the house to buy some groceries or get to the phamacy … or anywhere. It mean watching it pile up and wondering if the roof will cave in, realizing it IS going to cave in, then trying to find someone who will shovel the roof and oh year, figuring out where to get the money to pay someone to shovel the roof. But it looks great in pictures. We don’t have visitors anyhow. Our friends don’t go anywhere either, so we call and email. Winter in the frozen north is cabin fever time πŸ™‚

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