Briarwood Apartments staff, from thankful residents of Briarwood/Fairington Apartments.
my good neighbor, from Bob Weeks.
Dale Tallent, from your Scott Street friends and family.
my neighbor Jim, from Barb.
the young man with the snow blower at 8th and Lafayette, from an appreciative neighbor.
Starr Atwell, from Dean and Suzanne Smith.
the Plum Court neighbors, from the Howerys.
Rob Amos, from, from all the Amoses.
Monica Morris, from Carol Webb.
Siena and Dom Glover, from your neighbor.
Kyle and Samantha, from Grandma.
the city, from a bicycle commuter.
Kendal Hammel for being the best tennis coach around, from the ladies at the club.
the lovely and generous lady that helped me get my car unstuck multiple times on my lunch hour break and made sure that I made it back to work, from the driver of the red Kia.
the gentlemen who pushed my grey Buick Enclave on Goeller Boulevard when I was stuck turning on Tupelo Drive, from Mary.
the Sunday school class from CCC for the donated household items, from Aftercare WRAP women and staff.
Buddy Jines for everything he has done in the last three years, from Pam, Nick, Blair, Kim, Travis, Charles and Michael Pickett.
the three strong men who pushed my car out of the intersection of Washington and 11th streets, from Faith Thomas.
Phil Swaim for your letter to the editor, from Janet Law.
the Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation for all they have done for Columbus over many decades and their awesome, generous gift of $2 million to Heritage Fund-The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County, from Mickey Kim.
Jason and Delena for giving me a port in the storm Tuesday evening and Jason for taking me home, from Dot Yeaton.
Taylor Cruz for her hard work and dedication in making the dean’s list at IUPUC for the fall semester, from Mom, Dad, Delano, Brittany and Mamaw.
Dr. Elliott and the nurses and staff on 6 Tower for helping me get better when I was in the hospital for seven days, from Eric Smith.
the nice woman who found my wallet in the parking lot and dropped it off to me at my house.
Gretchen and Steve Fisher, from the Newsom’s.
people who insist on driving too fast in near whiteout conditions.
the employee whose singing was disrupting loyal customers.
whoever is responsible for not plowing 25th Street between the city limits and the junction of state roads 9 and 46.
city council for not being fair to other city employees.
rude and disrespectful middle school basketball fans with very little basketball knowledge.
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