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Orchids and Onions: Sunday, July 29, 2018

July 30, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Orchids to Trace Mason, MRI Tech at LHC Hospital. He was very helpful to me and explained everything to me beforehand. He was very professional and knowledgeable and made me feel very comfortable with the procedure. Thanks Trace! Keith O. Plunkett

Onions to the two school board members who seem to not be representing the good of the entire school community but letting their own personal political views weigh in on their decisions for all. Stop belittling your teachers, they are professionals after all, even if you do not support them.

Orchids to HRMC ER and Radiology Department for their terrific care after I tripped and did a face plant on a concrete floor.

Orchids to Stacy RN, Dr. Brian Scott, Michelle, X-ray Technologist and her colleague, and Al in the CT area. All so kind, caring and professional.

Orchids to the people who came into my life while living here. To RS cleaning and services Vincent Siler, your great work and kindness will be remembered forever. To Dr. McGuire and his staff you are the best. And to Dr. Mead what a pleasure to have you as my dentist and your staff. Havasu good bye but not forgotten Colleen Mulgrew

Onions to dirty silverware at restaurants. What I worry about more is the table that the waitress wiped down with an old dirty rag. Silverware should be places on a napkin so as not to touch the table.

Onions to the gal flashing her faux diamond ring around at the event like it was a pompom. I could tell it wasn’t real. I’m sure others did too. Lol.

Orchids to the officer for helping me dealing with the frequent phone badgering for advertising. Much appreciated. D

Onions to the steak house on the strip. Waitress stole glasses from guest. Police were called but it’s ok for staff to steal?

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