Stars and Stingers: Dec. 5

A sewing basket full of stars to my neighbour Brenda Schuck who always fixes my husband’s pants.

  • Dec. 5, 2012 7:00 p.m.

A sewing basket full of stars to my neighbour Brenda Schuck who always fixes my husband’s pants.

Stingers to the Calgary Stampeders for not showing up for the Grey Cup. The NFL is now the better game!

A fridge full of stars to Doug, the owner of BrandSource, who went out of his way to help order and install the proper part.

Stars to the weatherman! It’s almost 2013, and we haven’t had too much to shovel!

Stingers to people who feel the need to disgard half eaten chicken wings on the sidewalks.

Stars to all the regular ticket buyers in Golden that help Rotary and others fund local service projects!

Stingers to that dog who tried to bite me, though if I was tied to a tree in the rain I may  not be the happy creature either.

Stars to those guys who sang a great rendition of  “If I had a Million Dollars” at karaoke night.

Stars to Stu for the use of his truck and time  for our Christmas float.

Stingers to people who give you coffee when you order tea.


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