Jim and Sue Coyle for all the kind things you have done for our mother, Veola, from the Jessees.
Sandy Hammons and all the the retirees from ATT for a great time Sunday, and also cute little “Honey Boo Boo,” from Shirley.
the kind lady in line behind me at Bob Evans who paid our bill when the credit card machine quit working and I had no cash on me, from a grateful mom.
Ron and Jody Shadley at Faithful Friends for their caring, compassion and help, from the Galligar family.
Grandma Adkins and Cousin Bonnie for taking care of me while my mommy was in Gatlinburg, from Sadler.
Savannah Green for making Silver Honor Roll and the basketball team, from Mom.
Theresa at Menards for helping me so much with all my new bathroom purchases, from a satisfied customer.
Hailey Parker for making the Silver Honor Roll, from Mom, Dad, Abby, Ross Jr., Grandma and Grandpa.
the John Freed family who came immediately and took down our tree, from the Shermans.
Noble Southern for the help when I had a flat tire, and the loan of a spare, from Greg Kendall.
AmeriCorps for such an awesome team and a great start to a new year, from Donna and Anne.
Ian McGriff for helping me out with my science experiment, from Savannah.
Denny Kubal for the comments on Mourdock, from a voter.
Damiana Bailey for the silver honor roll, from Nummers Clark.
David and Jacob Brockman for all your help with the yard, from Raymond and Velma Rooks.
Cassandra at Walmart for finding an item in the stockroom for me, from a customer.
school employee for sending a political post card.
nurses who prey on patients and take their possessions.
the gasoline stations in Columbus for charging 40 cents more for gas than in Seymour.
those who place campaign signs in yards.
two ladies for talking through an exercise class.
the inflated egos for telling me how to vote.
The Republic for displaying the Columbus North soccer stories on the front page and the front of the sports section.
people who are jealous of others’ situations.
people who point out others’ faults when they are flawed themselves.
people who are outside polling locations trying to sway the vote.
people who don’t speak up about how dangerous State Road 7 is to Madison.
those who are proposing a tax increase during tough economic times for a public prepaid program when Columbus has great private preschools with scholarships available.
politicians who have drawn taxpayer money for years.
two rude workers in the county clerk’s office who kept interrupting me as I asked my question.
the young female in a drive-thru line who would not move.v