How about these wonderful people in Ulster County NY

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Real Estate Sales Representative with Westwood Metes & Bounds

For a lot of people this is a very hard holiday season.  Many people have lost their jobs.  Lots of people have lost their faith in human beings due to very dishonest people taking advantage and robbing people of their life savings in many different ways.It seems like every day there is more and more bad, sad news. I want to and need to speak of the wonderful things and the wonderful people I encounter in my travels to counteract all the negative that seems to dominate the scene these days.  I invite anybody who is reading this to comment as well on any positve experiences or people you would like to share about this holiday season.  So, now unto the wonderful people:

I work with a great bunch of people but I want to talk about one such person.  She is always there to help.  We had our office holday party the other day and she not only offered her restaurant "The Would" for our party but attended to it like it was one of her "paid" parties.  I sit across the way from her at the office and for that I am grateful.

My 87 year old mother lives with me.  Our area experiences a lot of outages and I was very worried about this seasons outages and a client suggested to me a person who installs generators.  Well, this angel appeared as one Chris Peone, Master Electrician.  From our first communication I knew I had an angel on my hands.  Not only did he go out of his way to tell me everything I would ever want to know about generators, he was kind enough to offer to bring over one of his extra generators should I experience an outage and lack of heat, free of charge!!!!!  My client(and now a good friend) Holli told me he was wonderful and special and now I am experiencing it first hand.  So if you need a heating system or air conditioning system or anything electrical call Chris at The Rosendale Hardware Store 845-658-3142(he is the proprietor) and experience a class act of the highest caliber.

THE HAMLET OF HIGH FALLS -   I love to go to High Falls. Every store owner has such pride of ownership, the way they decorate their stores, their creativity, the personal attention.  It's like all of the great shopping and eating in New York City with out the hassle of crowds and the insane prices.  I mean, just look at Jeff and Larrys window at the High Falls Mercantile, need I say more?  Trust me when I say you have to visit each and every store and restaurant in this sweet hamlet to experience the flavor of sweet perfection.  Thank you to all of you for creating such delicousness.

I want to praise my friend and manager of my website April Destefano.  Not only is she one of my friends and angels, she loves the lord so much it has been so wonderful to be in her company.  She also is totally of service to her clients.

Happy Holiday to all and to all a good night. ~Sandy                                 www.sandyreid.com

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