By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – “Every morning I wake up and I wait to get a call. It’s always a good day if I get to go to work.” That is how 98-year-old Donald Taylor sees his routine. A remarkable soul, he sits up straighter than most, loves to crack jokes, and always carries a deck of cards in his shirt pocket. Born in 1921 in Ayer’s Cliff, Taylor bowls twice a week, with his own 14lbs ball, shovels his own driveway, and works part-time as a custodian in Newport, Vermont. Up until last year, he and his wife Gail drove down to Florida every winter, where he held another part-time job. “I love working. It just keeps me going,” he explained. See full story in the Monday, Dec. 10 edition of The Record.