Orchids and Onions: Wednesday, January 9, 2018

January 9, 2019

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Orchids to Rebel BBQ on by Smith’s grocery. Yummy home-cooked food with all the trimmings! A huge TV and others surrounding the room makes it a great place to watch your favorite game…and they do all the yummy cookin’ with a smile! Thank you girls and guys for such a fun and a delicious meal!

Onions to the bikers on the Island walking/biking trail who find it necessary to speed past slower bikers without saying anything or ringing a warning bell. No bell? Just announcing “passing on your left” will prevent a nasty accident.

Orchids to Dynamic Cleaning. My house feels brand new after your wonderful team came in and cleaned my carpets! What a joyful feeling during the holidays. You must be very proud of Gil and Cris. Super kind and friendly young men. Wonderful representatives of a great company.

Onions to the toothless security guard. Yelled at me, got in my face, threatened to call police, all because I had a companion pet. Said only service dogs permitted. He was very nasty and hateful. Followed me around and verbally abusive.

Orchids to the Lake Havasu City Loyal Order of Moose and Women of the Moose for picking all the angels off the X-mas tree through the Arizona Children’s organization and making sure 65 kids were able to get a present under the tree. Another big thanks, Donna

Onions to the busy body neighbor. What’s more natural, our boat or your fake grass? Stop counting vehicles. Keep your eyes in your own yard. When you re-landscape, we’ll talk.

Orchids to Joe and Louise Romero at the Alignment Doctor for donating money towards the presents for Arizona Children’s organization through the Women of the Moose and Loyal Order of Moose here in Lake Havasu City, another big thanks, Donna

Onions to the onion about placards should be placed on vehicles with drivers over 60 years of age. I think the writer made a mistake. Should have said drivers under 60. They have more accidents.

Orchids to concern about dogs in laps of drivers. Even a sudden stop could send that loving dog into a windshield or out an open window, never mind a crash caused by distraction. A crash dangers those with the sense to drive undistracted!

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