Thank you, neighbors!

Mowing the lawn is difficult at my age.

I live in Rainier Trails and I would like to thank my neighbor Alan and his sons Brett & Brandon for volunteering to mow my large lawn for the last few months. I am 70 years old, the lawn has a difficult hill and it is very hard for me to mow it myself. I can not express my gratefulness enough for the help they have given me. It means so much to have such kind & caring neighbors.

I have been baking them desserts in thanks and I know they appreciate that as well. It is good to live in a neighborhood with neighbors helping neighbors. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Dennie Anderson


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