Orchids and Onions: Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Another beautiful day in Havasu...
Orchids to Mark, my caretaker, for many good times we had. Onions to the sad times which now separated us because of stupid words. Wish you the best. Smurf
Onions to pet owners that do not bend their lazy selves over and pick up their animals’ feces. Sick of all the flies that breed in it. Onions to homeowners whose yard is full of it.
Orchids to the middle-aged whiner-guy at the lab when he learns to stop the temper tantrums and listen to Lori. Check-in is simple, stupid.
Orchids to the incredible Rebel BBQ. Incredibly delicious that #4 breakfast. Incredibly stunning that Sabrina who serves us. Incredibly, we were the only patrons other than take-outs. Try it. Jack and Marlene
Orchids but only when the one who oversees all things regarding the city’s streets smooths out that gizzard-jarring “ditch” on the eastbound mountain-side of the McCulloch and Jamaica intersection!
Orchids to both the exotic flavors and the value of the lunch buffet at the India Spice Bar at the old Krystal’s.
Orchids to the departed Golden Corral. You and your baked chicken livers sorely will be missed.
Orchids to the very few who put down their infernal “screens” to make eye contact with fellow Americans. ’Smatter with you?
Onions to the officer speeding through a school zone at Jamaica Elementary School on Thursday morning to write a ticket after endangering our children! What’s more important: the lives of children or writing a ticket?
Onions to the basketball hoop by the pool. It’s too close to the pool it should be further back for the cans to have a better chance of going in. You know what exactly what I’m talking about.
Orchids to the Stevens household with two small children, a very happy Christian family. LHC has a lot of small families that are a great asset to our community, because these children are our next generation.
Orchids to Affordable Plumbing for being here when we have called. Almost instantaneous service, affordable prices, knowledgeable and helpful workers, pleasant to deal with. Thank you again and again.
Onions to the cashiers and food servers saying “no problem” instead of “you’re welcome” after you thank them for the transaction or service. In what alternate universe would taking my money ever be a problem? I’ll take my business somewhere that appreciates it.
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