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I was on my way home late from the hospital (my mom is in the ICU) and I was waiting for the crosstown 2 downtown. It was utterly freezing and I started crying. Its hard to hold the tears back sometimes. When this nice man waiting for the bus too came up to me and asked if I was OK. I told him and he said I'm so sorry you have to go through that. My mom just beat cancer so I know how things must feel for you. After a few minutes of talking he handed me a little black box with golden writing on it and said this is for you its for hope. I opened it and it was a little glass Christmas bag with candy canes. I told him thank you so much it means allot. He then told me no problem you need it. And never give up always have hope, don't forget that. I just want to let you know you made my night with those words of comfort =)
a very grateful girl in a green and pink winter hat with pompoms..& lt;3
Spotted: he creators of this page! Thank you! You have undoubtedly given me SO many reasons to smile! The kindness and loving hearts of Windsorites and people in general are really showcased here! Makes me proud to be from Windsor!
Signed Living far away, but loving my hometown & lt;3
Spotted : To the brave young lady who jumped in to help a man that was getting mugged outside of TD bank today. So happy to know there are people like you out there that would put their own life in danger to help a complete stranger. I know you will be rewarded for your courage one day. Your strength was truly inspirational and I wanted you to know that you are the definition of a HERO!!
The girl that was moved to tears
p.s. you didn't drink your water
Spotted : To the high school students on the 7pm Crosstown 2 on Friday, please learn some manners. Your language was atrocious and racist and you paid no attention to other passengers as you swung around with your backpacks on. Making fun of people is not cool, grow up!
~Signed a person who was disappointed to see this behaviour.
Spotted in Windsor: I work in nursing, and every afternoon, I take a client of mine to have an afternoon snack at Tecumseh Mall. He enjoys the surroundings as well as his Tim Hortons yogurt. While feeding him, a nice lady walked up, said Merry Christmas, and left a scratch ticket on our table. Just wanted to say that your small gift made my day and restored a little faith in the kindness of others. On a side note, that ticket did not win, but as I searched for a coin to scratch it, I realized I had a toonie. I used that toonie to buy an elderly gentleman a ticket, and one for myself, even though I rarely buy them. Well, that ticket won me $50! Thanks so much for making my day, and I admire that u also did that while with your children...great lesson of kindness and generousity.
A very grateful recipient
Spotted : to the person who hit my car last friday night/ saturday morning at the corner of shepherd and pelissier, it would have been so thoughtful if you had owned up to the damage you did instead of driving off and doing nothing...thanks for the wonderful christmas present
Yesterday was a very trying day for my family and I. My Mom was rushed into the hospital with a bad blood infection that she got out of nowhere. And is in critical condition in the ICU in a medically induced coma for a few days so her body can fight the infection and so many other things. Things don't look good. But, my aunt and I were finally about to go home and it was very late and freezing outside. Her van wouldn't start so we needed a jump. I went asked a dozen people but no one would help. Even a cab driver was going to charge us $10 for a jump.
Spotted : To that someone from the emergency room finally came out to help us. You had a nice black truck. I just wanted to say thank you to him again for taking the time from sitting in the emergency room with your loved one to help us on a very trying day.
Signed, the very grateful girl in the green and pink winter hat with the pompoms..