Orchids and Onions: Friday, October 12, 2018

October 12, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Onions to people who advertise items for sale and then won’t answer their phone.

Orchids to my wonderful husband Tom for all the care you have given me these last two months from my knee replacement to now my eye surgery. I could not have done it without all of your help. Margaret

Orchids to the customer at Dollar General who saw me drop a $20 bill at the cash register on Sept. 27. You gave it to the cashier, who then returned it to me. I am grateful for your honesty.

Orchids to Wendy at Design Dimension. She took a very basic baby card design and turned that idea into a very adorable keepsake design that is a work of art. Amazing!

Orchids to Bill at Challenger Auto/Boat repair for a wonderful job fixing my golf cart. I couldn’t be more pleased. I couldn’t have replaced that piston by myself!

Onions to doctors that won’t bill Care First. And drop you like a hot potato. Reality is, you could care less about your patients. Pox on you!

Onions again to the company that takes your money and can’t be trusted. I did not have enough panels; will not admit or check. I still get an electric bill.

Orchids to Dr. Van and office staff at Orthopedic Group. They are all the most compassionate and caring medical people in town. Thank you for your kind treatment and colorful casts. LB

Onions to the guy wanting paper straws. Don’t California or Arizona. Go back to where you came from. We won’t miss you.

Orchids to Don’s Auto Body for an exceptional job fixing my 11 year-old Toyota. I couldn’t be more pleased with the job or the cost. Christine

Onions to new California residents trying to make us like California. One good thing is they will save us thousands of dollars on public restrooms because we will be able to pee and poop in the streets.

Onions to the dog owners on Broken Arrow Drive that do not pick up after their dogs. There are tons of it. We’ve taken pictures and will notify the proper authorities.

Onions to winter residents who drink and drive in our town. This may be the Wild West, but your irresponsible behavior isn’t wanted here.

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