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One of the most pleasant parts of the home buying process. When all of the T's had to be crossed, and the I's dotted, they were available, helpful, friendly, and accomodating. The represetnative was courteous and helpful, as well as willing to explain some parts of the HUD, CLOSING, or other general process we weren't familiar with. Would highly recommend, although I have no experience with any other title company.
If you're reading about Barefoot bar it is one of two reasons. You've heard about their extraordinary catfish fritters, or you know about their delicious catfish fritters. Go ahead, ask anyone where you can get the best freshwater catfish fritters north if 70, and your answer will be Barefoot Bar.
An old shack sitting on the banks of the river in Hardin, specializes in fried fish, and if you ask anyone in southern Illinois, the best fried catfish fritters. For 8.99 you'll get a XXXL size portion of white meat, catfish fritters, with a bed of curly fries. Service will be spotty and slow, but as long as your fritters are hot, then you'll be satisfied. It is well worth the trip from any locality for this unique experience.
Trusting another person can be hard, as is trusting a company, especially when you're asking that company to be your representative on special days when you can't make it.
I am over a thousand miles away from Jerseyville, so on birthdays and other events I used to look to Lammers to deliver wishes, greetings, and condolences for me. But recently there was a huge let down, and I won't be using their services in the future.
This particular event came when I asked Lammers to deliver flowers to my mother on her birthday. Her birthday fell on a Sunday, so naturally Saturday delivery is the best option. I knew she was going to be home, so it should have been a great surprise for her. I got worried when Saturday came and went, and I didn't hear from her.
The next day I called to wish her happy birthday... nothing. No delivery. She said that she had found a card dated back to Friday saying that they were sorry they missed her and to come pick the flowers up.
They never called, but apparently the delivery driver dated the card incorrectly, that they had tried to deliver on Saturday. Here's the thing, I get it. I understand mistakes and deliveries get missed but the next part is why I sent out this one star rating.
Monday morning I get a text from my mom saying that she contacted the floral place, and that Lammers claimed the flowers had tried to have been delivered on Saturday, and when my mother contested by saying she was home, the manager apparently told her that the driver said she knocked and rang the doorbell. When asked why the driver didn't call ... well she forgot. Ok. So what should a business do? There are a NUMBER of options.
I'll tell you the option Lammers decides to go with. Arguing with the woman, who did not get flowers on her birthday. She decided to break the golden rule of business "The Customer is Always Right". I called the next day after hearing about all of this just to find that the manager refunded the money and felt that was the end of the issue. I can say "at least I got my money back" which is why they got two stars.
Dr. Wood, my mans. After the retirement of Dr. Reynolds, I was picked up by one of his associates (working out of the same office). I was a little skeptical at first just because I knew wheat I was getting with Dr. Reynolds, and I hadn't ever met Dr. Wood.
I went in less than a week ago for my 6 month routine check up and was pretty pleased with the results. The cleaning was flawless, a few questions about my dental history, but mostly straight to work. When it was time to discuss fillings, he was straight forward and to the point, and willing to show me what I needed and where. Appointments were easy to set up. I'll write an update after I get some filling work done, but so far I'm 100% satisfied with the work that Dr. Wood has done.
Having spent my summers in and around rural areas, I've always thought of the County Fair as the capstone or the height of summer. Loudoun County seems to have to raced to be one of the first County Fairs in the Northern Virginia in an attempt to grab those summer job paychecks from vacationing teenage students.
My cohort and I decided to attend the first day of the County Fair, mainly to see the demolition derby attraction.
The $10 admission fee (per adult) included parking, "admission" to the fair, and "admission" to the nightly attraction. Rides are extra (you have to buy tickets) and food is of course, extra.
We had fun at the demolition derby, and the animal exhibition is nice. The fair grounds are pretty small when you think about the expansive lands available in Loudoun County. If you're planning on attending the demolition derby YOU MUST COME EARLY. Showing up 20-30 minutes early will leave you searching for a place where you can even see the derby. Bring bug spray, money, and patience.
Dr. Fiorucci is the man. As a true adult who had never gotten his wisdom teeth out Dr. Fiorucci was willing and able to tackle the mountain of issues that would come with that. He and his staff were very up front and honest about the operation, the risks, and what the experience was going to be like from my end.
The operation itself was painless on my part. I was put into what Dr. Fiorucci called " a twilight sleep" where, I can remember being aware the project was happening, but not really caring. Pain afterwards was a non issue, I don't remember agonizing in pain for days, or even being very sore. I took it very easy, listened to what Dr. Fiorucci and the staff advised me to do, and then recovery went very well. It's been about a month now and everything is still going well and I haven't had to go back to Dr. Fiorruci for any follow ups or issues. He seemed very open to any calls or visits for any troubles.
Great staff, great surgeon, I would highly recommend for anyone needing oral surgeon.
Great store if you're familiar with their product. The prices are much cheaper than typical retail outlets and the customer service is great. Bought a shirt and when I got home I realized the seem was coming out.
Walk in, explained the situation and the friendly associate hooked me right up, had me on my way.
According to the gentlemen working at the store, there are nearly as many factory B/B stores as there are retail, and that factor stores have their own line of clothing, call 329. The difference? Where the clothing was produced.
With that being said, if the factory store is its own entity, the selection for anything that are not suits is limited to either really big, or really small sizes. The sales and deals are pretty favorable for a Brooks Brothers store though.
This is Chik Fila, and so of course I think it needs to be said, politics aside, that as a Franchise they are consistently the most courteous, clean, delicious fast good joints there is on the East Coast.
The Dover location does not disappoint. It will be busy, they have a large restaurant facility , and the double drive thru. If you're interested in hot, fresh fried check this is a great, reasonable option.
I think I must have walked in during a staff mutiny. It appeared that the manager was upset about something and the employees throughout the store were mocking her. The drama was too engrossing to acknowledge any customers until they were checking out.
As far as sale, stock, selection, the T.H. Outlet seemed to be stocked to the gills.
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"it tastes like burning!"
Washington, DC, Vereinigte StaatenYelper seit
Januar 2009Dinge, die ich mag
hamburgers, the sun, the beach, hot dogs, cook outs, free stuff.Hier bin ich häufig anzutreffen
the grindWenn ich nicht gerade yelpe, dann ...
I'm cooking,Warum du meine Beiträge unbedingt lesen solltest
You probably shouldn't, I write them late at night when everyone else is in bed!Mein erstes Konzerterlebnis
Back to the FutureMeine Henkersmahlzeit
Caramelized Apple, Blue Cheese, and Bacon OmeletsMeine neueste Entdeckung