Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
A BIG thank you to the employees of ARBEC-BECKAR for their generous donation to the Downtown Mission of Windsor.
It is wonderful everyone can band together to help others.
Christmas really is the time of giving.
Keep up the good work !!
My grandma was walking down George yesterday and slipped on the sidewalk. At first she couldn't get up on her own so she was on the ground for a few minutes.
Spotted : to the young man who was driving down George around 7:30pm on Monday. Thank you for showing some love to my grandma. You stopped your car and got out to help her up and see if she was OK. My grandma said you offered to give her a ride home but before you did you stopped and got her a tea and soup from Tim Hortons to help her warm up. She didn't need any medical attention, but thank you for offering. If you read this please post a reply, my grandma wants to thank you again in person since she is feeling better. She also said it warmed her heart that you changed your radio to 100.3 to listen to Christmas music while you drove her home. It was an amazing, cute story she shared with us.
A girl who is glad she can tell a story like this
Spotted : to the new Tecumseh Medical Clinic and Pharmacy for the free prescription and smarties for the kids. It was a pleseant surprise as we were not the only ones to get them either. I never go to the doctors but love this place as it is a one stop shop with very little wait times ever and full services like xrays and much more all same day. Hoping to never see or wait in an ER at a hospital again
a Thankful parent with 2 sick babies
Spotted : to the people that drive down riberdy in the morning and afternoon, stop giving me dirty looks(honking) and doing a 70-80 when its a 50 and i am trying to bring my children to the bus stop (and be safe) there is no side walks which there are ditches with big piles of snow right beside them... so only place we can walk is the side of the road. you see me and my children so why dont you slow down before something bad happens......
signed one angry mom that doesnt want to be on the street walking my kids to the bus stop but they wont change it closer.
To Santa Claus driving down Tecumseh Road eastladt night at 7:25. You looked amazing and such a good sport for waving at us as our whole car waved at you. Keep up the holiday cheer. May you have a wonderful and safe Christmas.
You've been spotted by the family in the white Jeep Grand Cherokee who waved at you while sitting at a light.
P.s. Your antlers and red nose on your car was also spotted. ;-)
Spotted : To my city! I love how much we're getting recognized for our businesses that are succeeding! You Gotta Eat Here at Twisted Apron AND Rino's Kitchen - both delicious places! Does that make that 4 places in Windsor featured on that show! As a small business owner.. (I co-own Manscape Barbershop) I am so proud of our city!!!
Local Young Woman to Publish Two Book Series in the New Year.
She is a Young Adult/ New Adult Author.
With such a big city we have so much lacking and support for our locals is one. Let's show her the support and help out another local!
I got this from her page about her upcoming release of her book.
"The Lonely Girl"
What if one day you woke up and found your heart had been shattered? You lost the one person you loved more than anything.
What happens when you learn to move on even though you thought you'd never be able to again? Is it worth the risk to try and let someone in? Is it better to be left alone then take the chance of more heartache?
This time will be different. Becca slowly starts to put the shattered pieces of her heart back together only to have it broken again by someone she trusted. Can her heart that was barely healed in the first place be fixed, again?
Becca falls for someone new, but will her heart be safe. Will she survive the secrets that come out from the past? Love is worth the risk. Can she really believe that? The question is: is he worth the risk?
To the guy who got out of his truck this morning (Tuesday the 17th) on Peter street and helped push my car out of the snow bank, THANK YOU! We were on our way to the hospital to volunteer with some of the patients and didn't want to be late. Merry Christmas to you, good sir!