Orchids and Onions: Saturday, November 17, 2018

November 17, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Onions to Lake Havasu City Maintenance Road Department. The recent road repairs are totally unacceptable.

Orchids to Billy, “Catching Air” A/C, for saving me $963 after a second opinion that only cost me a $35 service call. You are so honest. You’ve got my business forever.

Orchids to the nice people in Havasu; the lady at Frontier, the lady at Motor and Boat Texaco, and the policeman that checked to see if I was OK. BO

Onions to the Arizona drivers. If you’re not driving the speed limit, stay in the right hand lane so we snowbirds can go by.

Orchids to the Bird Lady inside of Kmart who saved the injured bird on Sunday morning.

Onions to the City Council. Funny how you can figure out all the ins and outs to get around a law that forbids you to give yourself a raise, yet you can’t figure out how to fix or clean our streets.

Orchids to those who turned on their lights and answered doors on Halloween. We are giving back in a world where we grew up trick or treating. You’ve truly not forgotten what it’s all about.

Onions to LHC fire marshals conducting inspections during high school classes. Very disruptive and unprofessional. Why not come after school and inspect the school?

Orchids to the onion on the giant sized Depends. Now I need some of those extra super jumbo Depends from South Dakota because I’m laughing so hard.

Onions to group trainer on thinking it would be “cute” for seniors to play dodge ball. It may have been funny to watch, but I still have a swollen face and Claudia can hardly walk. Having a friend record and place such on YouTube was beyond cruel!

Orchids to all of the Monday night line dancers who supported us for the past five years. It was our honor to serve you as well as supporting LHC charities. Thank you. Nancy and Julie

Orchids to Big O Tires and Steve’s AAA for your quick response in meeting my needs. AB

Onions to the person complaining that their next door neighbors like to “swing.” How do you know? Are you peeping on them? Try minding your own business and you’ll be a lot happier!

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