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Orchids & Onions (July 29, 2014)

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Orchids to…

• Jack and Debbie Green for the tomatoes, from Dave and Judy.

• Steve and Judy Rohlfing for taking in our mail and papers while we were on vacation, from the Lunsfords.

• the girls for all of your help, from the 50th anniversary party committee.

• Rick Herman at Sunshine Cleaning for the great job cleaning our floor and the great service, from Williams Bros. Health Care.

• Columbus Fire Department for teaching us about fire safety and bringing Tilly out for us to ride, from Ceraland Kids Camp.

• Randy Smith of Bob Poynter Jeep for taking excellent care of us while buying a new vehicle, from

• the Millers.

• BCLL 8U baseball team on their sixth championship.

• Jackson County Fair Board for not charging to park.

• Siggi Koch for the zucchini bread, from Margie Peach.

• the construction crew on Carr Hill Road for doing a fantastic job and always being courteous.

• Onions to…

• the person at one of the cemeteries in the city who was rude when I asked a question.

• those who are enthralled with the sculpture Eos.

• the RV dealer who backed out of our deal.

• the governor and law enforcement for stopping westbound traffic on State Road 46 for more than 10 minutes on Friday so motorcycles could have the whole road.

• the highway department that takes two weeks to put in a sewer.

• the apartment manager and maintenance man who talk about the residents.

• the car company manager who treats women like third-class citizens.

• those who think saving the Crump is a waste of money when out-of-town groups are trying to do it as well.

• the law enforcement officer who went around those stopped for a funeral procession.

• the restaurant that does not list its drink selections on the menu.

• the carrier who left the newspaper in the driveway the past two days instead of on the doorstep and left a soaked Sunday paper in an open bag.

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