Rotten tomatoes to the jerk who parked his City of Surrey engineering department white pickup truck in a no-stopping zone on 80th Avenue Monday afternoon, blocking motorists turning right onto 132nd Street and otherwise backing up traffic.
A gym full of sweet-smelling roses to Anytime Fitness at 96th Avenue and 128th Street for the donation of a basket to our school fundraiser. Thank you so much for your kindness. We are grateful to have you in our community.
An overflowing stroller full of rotten tomatoes to the self-important woman in the black SUV who parked in the "parent" spot on Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. at PriceSmart. Unless your teen daughter was prepared to ride in the shopping cart seat like the picture on the sign, you know perfectly well you had no business parking in that spot.
A truckload of roses to the kind Surrey RCMP officer who didn't give me a ticket because my insurance was overdue by one day and who waited until my husband came to get me before my car got towed.
Red roses to Coun. Barinder Rasode who admittedly told the Now, "there's still a lot of work to be done, especially when it comes to homeowners having more than one secondary suite." She also states, "these are real people who live in these suites. There's seniors, mothers with children." Do not forget, there are also real people who live beside and across from these homes with multiple suites.
A garden of roses for two very kind ladies at Telus who made my life with this disability so much easier for the future. I can't express enough thanks for such thoughtfulness.
Fourteen years of roses to Canada Post mail carrier "Jesus" in White Rock on Victoria Avenue and to "Stephanie" on Finlay Street. Your big hearts and extra effort reunited our family with our 14-year-old border collie after four hours of terror and anguish. Thank you.
A big red rose to the person who found my Toyota car keys at the Semiahmoo mall and turned them in to customer service. Thank you! A fragrant bouquet of roses to the charming gentleman who turned around on a Surrey bus and said, "I thought you were talking to me." I had actually been telling my cat, who I was taking to the vet, what a darling he is and how much I loved him.
Many roses to the tech team at Shaw for always patiently helping me, be it computer or television. Your expertise and kindness is much appreciated.
Beautiful roses for the observant and compassionate man, Ryan, who called 911 in the very early morning hours on Sept. 25. He had spotted a young man in a car in the Morgan Crossing parking lot and was concerned for his well-being. Ryan not only called for emergency help but he also personally tried to rouse the already deceased young man. He stayed at the scene and was very helpful, giving your report to the investigation team. We also thank your wife, Rhonda, for staying on the phone with our 911 operator to help direct the ambulance to the correct address. This was a tragic event, but many roses to Ryan for doing all he could.
A huge bouquet of roses to all in the ICU, HAU and general surgery ward of Royal Columbia Hospital. Early September, I was in for emergency surgery and the care and kindness I received was amazing and I thank them all for it. My husband described the staff in ICU as angels and he is so correct.
Rotten tomatoes to those people who say you will do something and don't follow through. You drive the rest of us trustworthy people nuts.
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