A friend shared her beautiful garden yesterday. It was amazing!
It was a simply glorious afternoon recently with the tulips blooming in the fresh sunshine following the rain. Makes me wonder how or why we ever leave…….thank you Generous Gardeners! Happy May Day one day late…..
QB economics: Jones’ contract with the Patriots will be four years, $15.58 million, fully guaranteed, and include an $8.6 million signing bonus. The deal, like all first-round picks, will include a fifth-year option. That’s a great contract for the Patriots — assuming Jones pans out. Had Jones gone to the 49ers at No. 3, he would have signed a four-year, $34.105 million deal that was fully guaranteed.
You pay a QB 30 million a year and that money isn’t available for other positions and the entire team suffers. By being economically savvy they don’t mortgage the future on any one player.
Mac Jones is going to make 6 million a year. If he works out as QB for the Patriots they have him locked up for 4-5 years at 6 million a year.
Consider the top ten highest paid QB in the NFL salaries-
Source: Over The Cap
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Driving through Essex, MA it’s hard to take in all the beauty. As you wind along on 133, you are at time surrounded by the marsh. The incredible landscape has turned Essex into more than just a destination for clammers. It’s a place to spend the day, to take in the beauty of the world, and to gather with your friends.
The latest addition to Main Street is the Great Marsh Brewing Company. The dining room on the second story offers a more elevated view of the surrounding marsh. In creating the building, we wanted to ensure that the view would be obstructed as little as possible. Windows with a 2 over 2 divided lites allow for that, while still maintaining some of that classic New England Style. We used Marvin Signature windows to achieve the sleek lines and large glass size.
There are few things finer than gathering with…
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Join the Sawyer Free Library on Thursday, May 6, from 6:30-9 p.m. for a free virtual screening of a new adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel Jane Eyre. Adapted by Salem, Mass., resident Julie Butters and performed by Flock Theatre of New London, Conn., the production was filmed over Zoom during the COVID pandemic and supplements live-action performances with shadow puppetry. Butters, who also plays adult Jane, will discuss making the film following the screening alongside director Derron Wood and actor Eric Michaelian (Mr. Rochester) to share the film’s details.
Jane Eyre, an orphan in early nineteenth-century England, overcomes a loveless childhood to become a governess to the ward of the enigmatic Mr. Rochester. Jane soon believes she’s found the home and the love she’s always yearned for, but Mr. Rochester’s dark secrets threaten to keep them apart. Blending gothic romance with a powerful story of personal…
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