April 10, 2014
A reader sends a halo to Jeff at Albertsons. “You are always so patient and personable. Thank you for exceptional customer service.”
A reader sends a halo to Ark Pet & Supply for helping the reader out in a pinch when his daughter ran out of fish food.
A reader sends a halo to the owner of Beach Motor & Tires for his generosity in providing the reader’s two daughters with a great tire for their swing. “It was a great DIY project for us and turned out wonderful. The only problem now is getting them off the swing!”
A reader sends a halo to Debi, the reader’s guardian angel. “Thank you for your friendship and your very generous gift that warms my heart every morning. You are the best.”
A reader sends a halo to Diane, the reader’s boss and friend. “Thank you for coming to my rescue when I needed a root canal and could not afford it. Your generosity went above and beyond.”
A reader sends a halo to John Peterson at Shepard’s Place for an awesome going-away party. “Happy trails, my friend.”
A reader sends a halo to the Friends of the Carpinteria Library for its continuous support and recent donation of headphones to the Homework Center.
A reader sends a halo to Abel at Beach Motors & Tires for helping the reader’s Canadian friends who had car problems the morning they were heading home. “He fixed their car in his usual professional way, and off they went.”
A reader sends a halo to all those hardworking, customer-pleasing folks at the Albertsons deli.
A reader sends a halo to Sensei David at United Studios of Self Defense on Linden Avenue. “As a family and a community, we welcome you and are so honored you have chosen to teach karate in Carpinteria.”
A reader sends a halo to George and Marnie Middleton for all the times they put up with Cathy’s friends—so many good memories!
A reader sends a halo to the guys at Do it Best Hardware, for their kind help for all the reader’s fix-it needs. “You’re the best.”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the home on Malibu Drive. “The landscaping might be drought tolerant, but it’s pesticide laden.”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the local officer who ticketed the reader’s car in front of the reader’s complex. “Crime committed: having a for sale sign in window. And a double pitchfork to the ticketing bureau for taking over three weeks to respond to our request to dismiss the ticket.”
A reader sends a pitchfork to the local father who rides around town with his young daughter on a motorcycle. “Being a good dad is keeping them safe.”