Another beautiful day in Havasu...
Orchids to Lee Ann and Denise in Safeway pharmacy for getting my husband's prescription transferred out of state while we were traveling. Greatly appreciated. Holly
Onions to the onion giver regarding the mom giving a 10-year-old boy a Lego set with a suggested age of 8+. If the child was not grateful for the gift then he has a lot to learn about gratitude and life and it sounds like you and your neighbor do to! Children and adults love Legos and they are not gifts for simpletons. The gall of your ungrateful attitude - you are the dimwit and simpleton!
Orchids to George Martell of Crown Capital Securities for the amazing service in assisting us with our financial planning. We are so pleased to have your knowledge and expertise representing us and our future.
Onions to the onion about "radical” news stations. "Radical" apparently being one who broadcasts opinions other than your own. There's a lot of disinformation out there these days by both parties. Intelligent people listen to both sides of an issue and then make up their own mind.
Orchids to Kim at City Maytag for the quick delivery of a new one when our Asian fridge suddenly committed hari-kari. J&M
Onions to the no-left turn barrier on Lake Havasu Avenue. We could have had a two-way left turn lane, but no, instead we got three lanes for north bound traffic for two whole blocks. Woo-hoo.
Orchids to Paula for her expertise with hair. Second time with her and will stop looking for a hairdresser, found her! Thank you Paula
Onions to the branch of the bank that does not inform its customers of their ridiculously limited notary service hours. If you are open services should be available when customers come in. When did customer service go out of style?
Orchids to Havasu Hospital and ER Doctor who treated my sister, Dr. Darren Johnson. All I can say is wow! I usually dread the ER. But this was so refreshing!
Onions to the box store customer service lady that wanted me to return the bad watermelon in order to get a refund. OK, next time you will get a cut up 15-lb. melon on the counter, juice and all. My favorite 'store just says to go get another because they know melons are hard to judge.
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