Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
Spotted : To the woman with her child in the van no less on Polonia Park. You honked your horn at me because you wanted to turn left IN FRONT of a school bus with it's stop sign activated. ALL directions of traffic must stop whether you are going in the direction of the bus or not. I purposely blocked the roadway because I knew you were going to attempt to turn. Let me say "Your Welcome" now, because had you made that turn and hit a running child to the bus, not only hurting a child but ruined the rest of your life.
From the mom who KNOWS the rules of the road
Spotted : I would like to thank the police officer that had my back last night. People complain about Windsor police staff and say they are never fair. No people! I have had all police members and people of authority be fair with me so far. Thanks to you I feel safe !
-The girl with the broken nose and black eye
To the teacher at st.mikes today, thanks for letting me be late & & bribing you with scratch tickets. you're awesome !
I've been calling and emailing places all morning trying to find some holiday volunteer work to do, and most places said they were overloaded with volunteers and I had to wait for a respond through email. Leaves me with nothing to do, but put a smile on my face. I love it ! Way to be involved Windsor, you have been SPOTTED!!
Spotted : To the lovely woman who spotted me looking lost in the parking lot at Goyeau and Park. I was on my way to a job interview and was clearly confused as to where I was going. You went out of your way to come over to my car, offer your help and direct me to the right place. You even suggested a good parking lot for me. Thank you! The interview went well and you made my day!
To the man with the Union Jack toque in the McDonald's who treated me to breakfast, you've been spotted!
You couldn't possibly have known that yesterday I got news that would make Christmas very difficult for the fifth year in a row. I had given up on the holidays being happy times. Then this morning you did an amazing thing: you paid for my breakfast and wished me a Merry Christmas. I was floored.
Sir, if you are reading this, I certainly will have a Merry Christmas. Thank you for reminding me that it's the good things that matter.
I was too stunned to do anything but cry happy tears and thank you for that kindness. I wanted to tell you right then that I would pass the kindness on, but my heart was too full for words, so I'm saying it now: I will pass the kindness on.
Signed, The Former Grinch
Spotted : To the guy in the Jeep getting on ec row at 7:35/ 7:40 from Jefferson going west - thanks for clearing off the top of your vehicle... Nothing like driving behind a man-made blizzard with an 18-wheeler right next to me as I try to merge. Please remember to clean off your cars - and not JUST your wind shields..
So a few weeks ago my husband was driving home from work just after 5 pm. He had just turned left onto the expressway at Patillo going east. A police officer pulls him over at Banwell and was going to give him a ticket for texting. This is quite funny as we don't even own cell phones, after almost laughing in the officers face and telling him to search him, after the officer kept asking him the same questions trying to get him to own up to something we don't have the officer let him go with a "warning", what a joke. Seems the officers are stopping more people without phones than the ones that actually use them while driving.