Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
Yesterday while visiting the casino, l started talking to an elderly lady sitting beside me. She was so pleasant and easy to talk to. Not a complaint came out of her mouth. She told me she had turned 103 years old in July. I was so amazed at how intelligent and young this woman talked and looked. Kudos to you for being the person you are today. She talked highly of her retirement/ nursing home in Leamington and the great staff they have there. I did not catch her name, but l am sure people must know her. Treasure her every day, she was a delight to talk to. And thank you to the staff that takes such good care of her. Her only complaint - the home did not provide trips to the Casino, she has to rely on her friend to drive her. Wishing her many more years of happiness :)
Get questions about child development answered. Find out about services and connect with service providers in our community. On Saturday, October 15th, 2016 from 10am to 2pm, there will be supervised children's activities available while parents can get information on Speech, Nutrition, Behaviour Consultation, Vision, Hearing, Dental, and other Developmental issues.
You are invited to an Open House for the Kingsville Essex Associated Band!
September 29th, 7-8:30PM at the Holy Name of Jesus Church in the Town of Essex
Come join us and try the various roles within the band.
Play an instrument? All brass, woodwind and percussion musicians are welcome to join the band's rehearsal for the evening, and play along with some of our latest pieces.
Ever watched the Majorettes or Colour Guard on parade and wondered whether you could do it too? We'll supply the flags and batons - just come out and give it a try! Our members will be more than happy to share their expertise!
If you have any questions the instructors and members of the Band Executive will be around all evening.
We look forward to seeing you there!
To the Mama at Freshco on Huron Church Tuesday September 20th around 2pm. Your little man was having a massive breakdown, I seen the people giving dirty looks and I heard their comments which I am sure you did as well. I seen you and your friend trying everything possible to calm him down. I approached you and handed you a little toy I had in my purse I keep for emergencies when my son has breakdowns. I saw the tears in your eyes and it broke my heart. I just wanted to say your son looked very well cared for, you seemed very patient and kind when speaking with him, we have ALL been there whether those people making comments want to admit it. Kids cry, they are unpredictable balls of emotion sometimes and you reacted very well. You're a good mom! When you walked out in tears I wish I would have called after you and hugged you. Keep your head up Mama!!
Are these your keys? If so, I have them kept safe.. hoping to find/ return them to its owner :)..
Found iPhone today on Mercer Street
Please, please, please!!!!!!
You found my wallet and were decent enough to mail it back to me. Can you please send me the ring that was also inside. I don't care about the money, but you have no idea what that ring means to me!
The only reason it was in there was because my hands had been swelling... I haven't taken it off in 5 years. It was a gift from my mother, and I will never be able to get another.
It's gold with a peridot. It isn't worth anything.
If you want the $100 it's worth I can give you that.
It was a black leather wallet and you sent it to an address in cottam.
To the young man who stopped his large water truck in the intersection of Tecumseh and Kildare about 11:30 this morning to help a little old lady on her walker get across Tecumseh and stayed with her till she was safely on the other side, bless you. Your kindness did not go unnoticed. You have been spotted.