Stars and Stingers: Nov. 21

Stars to whoever puts the xmas lights on the little tree beside hwy 95 near Lou’s Feed Store. It really makes my day.

  • Nov. 21, 2012 7:00 a.m.

STARS to the many people participating in the Kraft Food For Families campaign raising money for the Food Bank.

Stingers to people who feel the need to throw their litter on the ground.

Stars to whoever puts the xmas lights on the little tree beside hwy 95 near Lou’s Feed Store.  It really makes my day.

Stingers to people who don’t help others.

Stars to friends who buy beer for their friends.

Stars to people getting in the spirit of the season.

Stingers to the weather. I have had enough of the rain, bring on the snow so I can go skiing.

Stars to Down Memory Lanes for throwing an awesome birthday party at a great price.

Stingers to me because I can’t resist eating all those tasty Christmas chocolates in the office.

Stars to the great games the Golden Rockets have been playing. Keep it up!

Stars to everybody for being so nice lately here in Golden.

Stingers to people who always talk about being open minded but in reality they are always the most closed minded people you know.

 

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