This week's Hugs & Slugs offerings from Nelson area
HUGS. A warm and grateful hug to Dr. Malpass and the nurses in the chemo lab, the lab, emergency and especially to the nurse who serves the best juice in the world. Your care will not be forgotten.
Hugs. To Cam and the folks at Captain Erik’s Watertoys for fixing my boat and getting me back on the lake! Great service!
Hugs. To Rocco and the other city workers who did such a quick and painless job up on Kary Crescent... and thanks for waiting until I moved my car before closing the road!
HUGS. To ice cream and gelato outlets that offer gluten-free waffle cones. They are such a treat for us wheat-sensitive types.
SLUGS. To the inconsiderate dog owners in Nelson who apparently are the only ones in the entire neighbourhood that can’t hear their dogs barking 30 or 40 times a day. If you don’t have the time, inclination, or intelligence to train your dog, perhaps you should not have one, or consider moving to the country. I love dogs, but their owners? Umm, not so much! Tired of feeling like I live in a kennel!
HUGS. Super hugs to a guy named Scott for finding my wallet and contacting the Creston RCMP detachment who helped with the return of my wallet in time to for the Starbelly Jam festival. All my money and my ticket were returned to me in time to enjoy Saturday’s music. I lost it somewhere upon arrival in Crawford Bay and it made my weekend to know there are awesome people like yourself out there, Scott. Thanks again!
HUGS. Huge hugs to the wonderful man who bought beautiful bouquets of roses and had the florist randomly hand them out to shoppers! Not only did you make the florist’s day by being able to spread cheer to all the customers, but you should have seen the smiles on the customers faces when presented with beautiful rose bouquets.
Slugs. To people who send mean emails.