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Tis The Season

Tis The Season

I hope your fall is off to a beautiful start and you are excited about the “Holiday” Season. This is my favorite time of year!I grew up in a little town in Southern Calif., Yucaipa. Our home was actually up the road from Yucaipa in a beautiful place called Oak Glen. Oak Glen is over 5,000 feet elevation so we enjoyed all four seasons and had many, many White Christmas’s. Mom and Dad built our home in the early 60’s. It was a traditional ranch style with four bedrooms and a big living room where everything ‘happened’. This is where the majority of my childhood memories were made. I have 3 brothers, Greg, Brent & Todd and one sister, Peggy. Mom and Dad, Lou and Wally Anton, worked hard all their lives to provide us kids with a sweet life. Christmases were extra special in our home and I think Mom and Dad got even more excited than all of us kids on Christmas morning. Mom and Dad have since passed away but the cherished memories of our Christmases together, are deep in my heart. With this in mind, several years ago I decided to record a Christmas C.D. (“Winter Wonderland”, check out my store) as a tribute to my Mom and Dad. This time of year all the memories and special times with my family come rushing back and I am forever grateful for all the love I have received in this life. I pray your Holiday Season is filled with love, laughter and peace.


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Vin Scully – Part 1

Vin Scully – Part 1

Hi everyone. I wanted to share a few thoughts with you about Vin Scully.  As a child growing up in Southern California I was, and still am, a Dodger fan! In our home Dodger baseball was a religion! Some of my sweetest memories of my Dad, Wally, were made at Dodger Stadium. I sang the National Anthem there on several occasions. Whenever I was singing I would invite Daddy to the game and he would sit in the dugout with then manager Tommy Lasorda and the players of the time. The smile on Daddy’s face was that of a 12-year-old boy! I am forever grateful for those memories and times together. Dodger baseball and the VOICE of Dodger baseball, Vin Scully are impossible to separate. My Grandfather, C.J. ‘Blackie’ Wilshire, had an old beat up transistor radio he took with him everywhere. I remember being 9 years old and sitting with ‘Papa’ on the porch of his home in Oak Glen. It was early spring 1960. Vinnie’s voice came over that radio and I was ‘hooked’. Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Duke Snider, Maury Wills, Jim Gilliam, Gil Hodges, Wally Moon, Frank Howard, Johnny Roseboro and so many more!!!!