Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
To the driver in the grey van who was speeding in the dollarama parking lot off of Dougall who failed to stop at the intersection (which was my right of way). You almost t-boned me had I not seen you speeding a mile away and continued to pass through... My 3 year old nephew was in the car... You then proceeded to give me the finger and swear at me. Because it's my fault right.
Thanks. You've been spotted.
Spotted : To the lovely woman that was standing inline behind me at Pizzaway on Dougall today at lunch time, THANK YOU for being so friendly and chatting with me and reminding me that happiness is from within and to go out of your way to cheer me up and wishing me a Merry Christmas. Yes meeting you did make my day and Christmas season much better especially on a day that I really needed uplifting. It was nice to hear nice things and not bad things today!
Signed a Grinch who's heart grew 3 sizes today
The need to show lonely International Students the warmth and generosity of WONDERFUL WINDSORITES. Instead of being stuck in a lonely dormitory over the Christmas Holidays for two weeks, we have the opportunity to host an International Student's very first Canadian Christmas Dinner. It is their first time away from home in a foreign land. My family and I have personally hosted several students over the years and still stay in touch with many of them after they graduate. I invite you to join me to show the true spirit of sharing and caring this Christmas.
http:/ / webapps.uwindsor.ca/ international/ holidays/ forms/ host
Spotted : To the morning/ early afternoon staff at the Tim Horton's at Central & EC Row - you guys are AMAZING!! I will go out of my way to stop at this Timmie's and have gotten to know many of the staff! You always have a warm smile, no matter how miserable the day! Thank you for making my day a little brighter!
Spotted : To the gentleman who returned my superman wallet right to my front door, when he found it in devonshire mall. You have no idea how much that wallet meant to me. my dad passed away the year I graduated and that was one of the last Christmas gifts I received from him. I'm sorry I wasn't there to give you a proper thanks. So thank you, and merry Christmas!
I'll be sure to return the act of kindness.
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This is my first year working at Tim Hortons. I cannot beleive how many people just walk up to my counter, And pay for a strangers order. Along with giving us a very generous tip, smiling and saying happy holidays! It's so appreciated, thank you!!
From a very happy, and proud of the good people in her city, Timmies worker :)
I just wanted to share my good experiences the last 2 days out in the public.
Yesterday at the Wholesale Club on Dougall, I had dug a quarter out of my pocket to pay for the cart deposit, when a lady said "oh here Im done with my cart, you can take this one." I handed her the quarter and she told me it was actually $1 deposit. I dug in my purse to find I only had .50 more. I was meeting my husband inside and had to other cash on me. I was so embarrassed and asked her to hang on a minute but she said "No take it, my gift Merry Christmas" I thanked her and we left the free cart for someone else to use when we were finished. Then this morning at Tim Hortons the person in line before me paid for my tea so I passed it on and paid for the person's coffee behind me in line! It felt good to be treated to a good deed and to pass it on!