Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
This man and his truck helped at least 5 vehicles out of the flood on Howard at Marentette.
I watched from my car at the corner of Lincoln and Wyandotte, a young mother waiting at a stop light with her baby stroller(covered) and no umbrella or rain jacket in the pouring rain at 10am. Two gentlemen in business suits approached and handed her their umbrella then went on their way in the rain to Anchor Coffee. Wow. Gentleman and kindness exist in Windsor.
To the woman who found the blue wallet at No Frills on Wyandotte and returned it, THANK YOU! I hope you read this post and know what it means to me! I was in tears when the cashier reported that someome had found and returned my wallet and all the money was still in it. You're a guardian angel to a Momma who needed it! Thank you again ❤
To the person that hit and killed our dog Sun August 27, 2017 around 1:30pm on Rossini. How could you be so heartless not to stop after you hit him? Do you not have a conscience? I get that accidents happen but you could've had the common decency to do the right thing and at least knock on someone's door.
To the man that did stop and come to our house to find the owner and to let us know what happened, thank you for having a heart. Also thank you to the concerned lady that stopped and thank you to our neighbours.
To the jerk that hit me on the corner of walker and ecrow on my bike, SHAME ON YOU! Not only was your light red, with a bright white walking stick person THAT IS A CLEAR SIGN I HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY, you even looked right at me but continued to speed up and clipped the back of my bike. I was lucky to hike my leg up so your dumbass didn't crush it with your piece of crap white explorer. I hope Karma visits you soon.
To the gentleman who paid for my coffee at the Manning and 42 Tim Hortons at 6:30 this morning:
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!
It was quite the surprise when the girls told me you paid. I hope you saw me flash my headlights and waved. It was the best cup of coffee!!!
I hopped the Central 3 near downtown after work to get to Purolator to pick up a package. I was fully prepared to need to walk a significant distance to get back home, since I knew I would get off the last 3 to travel back downtown tonight. When I got off the driver flagged me back to ask me where I was going, and offered to drop me off right in front of the store (saving me a few minutes of walking). He then offered to wait a few minutes for me to get my package so I could take the bus back home. To the gentleman driving bus 613 on the Central 3 tonight, I am very grateful for your kindness!
Dave got out of the house
290 Jolly LaSalle .
If you have friends, relatives
Please help bring him home.