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Orchids & Onions (December 22, 2012)


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Orchids to

•    Best Buy and UPS for fast delivery of my wife's Christmas gift.

•    the kind parent for the cookies, from the Central Middle School office.

•    John and Janet Jones for the most beautiful Christmas light display, from Anita Austin.

•    the Lloyd family for the beautiful light display on County Road 100 West.

•    Kyle Foist for his donation of fleece blankets to the pediatric patients at Columbus Regional Hospital, from CRH Pediatrics.

•    Betty Nichols for the beautiful sweater, from Carolyn Burton.

•    the Columbus North drum line for an awesome halftime performance at the North-East game.

•    Don Munger for his Letter to the Editor.

•    Kroger pharmacist and techs for all you do for me, from Ruby Scott.

•    Terry Johnson and his helper Charlie for a great job on our roof and for being a great roofing company, from Ruby Scott.

•    whomever left the $5 bill clipped to the gum racks at Marsh with a note for someone to take it if they needed it and to have a merry Christmas.

•    school administration, faculty and staff and Columbus Police for doing everything possible to make our schools a safe place.

•    Lois at Marsh for being so thoughtful, from Diane.

•    Onions to

•    the outlet mall employee for not honoring the sale price as marked on the merchandise.

•    our new downtown $1.5 million street sign garden.

•    the driver in the huge truck who saw me fishtail on black ice but still tailgated me the whole way into town.

•    Columbus residents for putting pre-K programs in a crunch and/or jeopardy of not being able to function.

•    doctors who drop infant patients because their parents got a second opinion.

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