When Grandma receives notice that an old friend has left her some money, most of the Waltons allow dollar signs to obscure their entrenched values. Even usually grounded Grandma allows herself to be seduced by the thought of distributing the money as she sees fit, including repairing the church roof and helping to pay for John Boy's college expenses.
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[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
As much as every member of my family loved our day to day life, we all had moments when we were prone to consider what life would be like if we had a million dollars. Most of the time those moments of avarice were short-lived and quickly replaced by the real values that made up our lives. But, one day, a letter came which pushed every member of the family toward a new appraisal of what was really important in life.
Bringing In The Sheaves
Tune by George A. Minor
Played by Salvation Army Band See more