Orchids and Onions: Saturday, January 5, 2019
Another beautiful day in Havasu...
Onions to the onion giver regarding the over-sized barrels not being out-of-sight. The residents are not “either too lazy or too stupid”, but unlike some snotty people with huge houses, don’t have anywhere to put them. If you want to provide storage sheds to everyone, sign me up, otherwise don’t look.
Orchids to all the Starbucks employees around town! They go out of their way to be friendly and remember your name and order. Thanks for brightening our days!
Onions to the unbeliever that says God doesn’t exist and believers are wasting their lives by believing in God. Our lives are not wasted, but blessed. But what will you do if he does exist? You lose everything. Think about it.
Orchids to the lady who found and returned my black purse to the lost and found at Walmart the day before Christmas Eve. I can’t thank you enough but thank you, thank you, thank you.
Orchids to Gray Matters Escape Room! A great presentation and challenge in “The Fallout Shelter,″ Themed escape experience. We are looking forward to the new adventure in 2019. Great family challenge and lots of fun – two thumbs up on this one!
Orchids to Dr. Garcia and the staff; Lori, Ted, Lacrecia, and Jeremy at the Cath Lab for my pacemaker. I feel great and proved my friends wrong. I do have a heart!
Onions to the driver of the vehicle that used to be an aid car. Parking in front of a busy store to go shopping. Your civilian plates and no official signs gives it away. You outta be towed.
Orchids to Mark and Brandon at Back to Basics Computer for coming out so quickly and solving my computer problem. So nice and knowledgeable. Thank You
Onions to the person who drove into my driveway on McCulloch with your smoking car pouring out oil on my driveway. Wish I’d gotten your license number. Sorry you had car trouble, but you should be responsible for cleaning my driveway. It will probably never clean up and will look like crap now.
Orchids to James De Laughter at North Country! I wish we could have him year round! His caring, compassion and expertise are unsurpassed! Thank you so much!
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