Elizabethtown United Methodist Church for being a loving and caring church family, from Rhonda and Nelda.
Jerry Hasch, Jon Moore, Ernie, Pam Smith and Debbie Marr for driving me to and from places I needed to go, from Dick Howe.
Taylorsville Tire for fixing my wheelbarrow tire.
Brittney for making straight A's on your report card all year, from Mommy and Daddy.
Dr. Federle for apologizing for the long wait time in his office on Friday, May 18.
the good Samaritan who called 911 on behalf of my mother, who fell on Wednesday evening while walking near Carya Way in Tipton Lakes, from Lindsey Gulden.
Cabrina Jackson for the wonderful care you provide my children, from a grateful mom.
Dave Parker for all his hard work and especially for helping me to get the library books out from behind the bookcases at Mt. Healthy, from Mrs. Craig.
Glen Petry for your outstanding service and the gelato, from Maggie Mae's Gourmet.
all who willingly donated money or in-kind for the benefit for Stacey Sterling at Columbus American Legion Post 24, from Joyce Davis.
Tanner Herron on a job well done for being promoted to fifth grade and making the silver honor roll, from Mom and Dad.
Tim, pharmacist at Kroger, for really caring about customer service, from Deb.
the nice man who told me about the strawberries.
Peyton Walsh for getting the gold honor roll in sixth grade, from Dad and Mimi.
the police officer who transported my son to court for being so nice.
Sage Banks, Storm Banks, Seth Banks and Sasha Banks for being so great to your mother and being responsible, from Mom and Dad.
Bethany Feller for getting excellent grades on your senior project at East, from Mom, John, Tab, Colton, Robert, Craig, Crystal, Paige, Kenze and Nathan.
the lady who bought my ice at the dollar store Wednesday.
people who do not wash their hands after using the restroom.
local gas stations for raising prices before the holiday weekend when oil prices are at a 20-year low.
parents and school administrators who allow young women to wear exceptionally revealing and barely there clothing to school.