Rotten tomatoes to the City of Surrey for poor planning for the World Music Marathon. I'm a nurse at Surrey Memorial Hospital and my usual 10-minute commute to work took me 45 minutes! I guess I should consider myself lucky, as some co-workers - including doctors - were stuck in traffic for up to two hours. This is ridiculous. Who thought it would be a good idea to shut down major roads around a major hospital? I sincerely hope people who had a medical emergency got to the hospital safely that day. Shame on you Surrey!
A truckload of roses to the housekeeping department at Peace Arch Hospital, especially to the lady who does the garbage run during the day. She says hi to everyone, is always polite and always has a smile on her face.
Rotten tomatoes to Surrey City Hall for fining lying homeowners $1,000 for secondary suites. Wow! One month's rent! You fools, fine them $10,000 and maybe they will think twice about having an illegal suite.
Rotten tomatoes to all businesses that post signs on city boulevards and utility poles - some marketing program! Same to the city for not enforcing sign bylaws. Some cities actually fine businesses for non-compliance. The city has a beautification grant program - some of that budget should be used to enforce bylaws and clean up trashy signs.
Rotten tomatoes to the person who wrote about someone having an issue with cat owners. Ridiculous. Keep your cat inside? My cat is 22 years old and she did not reach that age from being let outdoors. If you love your cat, your cat should not be outside.
A big bouquet of roses to my special grandpa on his birthday (Oct. 4). See you at the '70s party on Saturday. Peace and love from your granddaughter.
Rotten tomatoes to all the nosy RCMP volunteers, peering in my vehicle then writing out a shopping list of all the valuables that were visible - then leaving it on my windshield for thieves to see! Never mind the littering charge for distributing flyers on windshields.
A grocery cart full of rotten tomatoes to the people who leave perishable goods in the aisles of the grocery store. If you have two frozen chicken pot pies that you decide you don't want to buy anymore, don't put them on the dog food shelf to get warm and go bad. Put them back or give them to the cashier and tell him/her you changed your mind.
Rotten tomatoes to those who take advantage of people's kindness, compassion and big hearts. It's easy to see why some in this world choose to be hard-hearted and cynical from the start.
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