Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
Spotted in Windsor, my car was hit hard and ruined in a parking lot on Monday, my car was a complete right off. And who ever hit me took off, shopping for a used car I happened to checkout Windsor Chrysler, I explained how it's close to Christmas, I have a 6 year old, and a baby on the way, the guys all had compassion and empathy for me. I got the deal of the centry on a nice van,
You guys were the best and saved me and my daughters Christmas,
Love a forever customer.
Spotted: To the two guys that helped my two friends and I get my Red Chryslee Sebring unstuck on Saturday night on Langlois near Erie. Thanks for the help. After being anxious about driving in the snow and then getting stuck, it was nice feeling to have someone offer up help. And to the woman who had to wait for me to get my car unstuck, thank you for being patient and not in a rush, especially since it seems like everyone is always in a rush.
Thanks for rescuing my car from being stuck :)
Spotted : Today, we were leaving from a hockey game at Adie Knox and got stuck on the back road on Curry in the snow. I sent out the 3 teenage boys to try and push us out of the snow and 2 complete strangers joined them to help push. Thank you. The kids all said that they were glad they lived in Canada because people are so nice
Spotted : To everyone who took the time to shovel their own sidewalks/ driveways (let alone the amazing people who did more than their own), thank you so much! Although not everyone has to go out in the snow, if you shovel the sidewalk in front of your house it means a lot for people walking.
Sincerely, the girl who had to spend an extra 20 minutes walking because so many sidewalks and roads were unplowed :(
To all the people that dont shovel their sidewalks, Are you kidding me with this?!?! The snow is deep and it is EXTREMELY difficult to push a stroller through about a foot of snow. You are being very very inconsiderate of other people. Signed, a very distressed mother that had to push her 5 month old's stroller on the road and almost got hit several times.
After the freeze we got last week, no salting and heavy ice on side streets. Lets just say many of us were frustrated.
Spotted : Today on Chandler as I watched my nieghbour with a serious heart condition out shoveling I saw the plow truck coming. The neighbour stopped at the end of his drive to catch his breath just as he recieved 3 feet of plowed snow from the plow truck. However, the plow truck then breaked, backed up and cleared out the snow from this man's driveway. So thank-you, its put a huge smile on my face and my husband then went out and shoveled a few neighbours homes too!
Tis The Season....
Just about a year and a half ago I was involved in a bad motorcycle accident on oulette street where Dougal merges. I was coming around the bend in the right hand lane, believe it or not I was travelling the speed limit, and as I approached the Dougal merge a gold Oldsmobile had blown through the stop sign ultimately cutting me off. With few seconds to react I tried to swerve out of the way and ended up crashing into the median and flipping over my bike. When I woke up the bike was laying on top of me and I suffered a grade 5 A/ C separation which is broken for life. Cars and trucks continued to drive past me like it was no big deal. One lady stopped to help me and call an ambulance. She also told me her name was Angel. She asked that I had called the number she put in my back pack to let her know if I was going to be ok. I lost her number, so I am hoping this will find it's way to her. Thank you so much for being my guardian angel that day and for the compassion you showed. We need more people like you out there. BTW I am ok, I have a full time job, just bought a house with the mother of my unborn daughter and couldn't be happier. Spotted: Long over due!!
To the guy in Remington park plowing the roads with his four wheeler:
I just wanted to say THANK YOU!!
Thank you so much.
You are a blessing 😊
Signed, A very happy neighbour on Bensette Street