Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
I would like to thank the kind gentleman who helped me out in the Costco parking lot today. I do not know your name, but I hope this message finds you. I was coming out with two cases of pop on the bottom of my cart, when one of the cases fell off. As I bent down to pick it up my receipt flew out of my hand and across the parking lot. Your wife(I am assuming) noticed and asked if I needed it. I said I guess not now, since it was long gone. I continued on and 50 feet later the case fell off again once again spraying pop everywhere (I have no idea how many cans exploded). You found me, and not only returned my receipt to me (I have no idea how you found it, as it was so windy out), but you insisted I go back and return the broken case to the store, and you walked my cart back for me ensuring it didn't fall off again. I was ready to just go home extremely frustrated. Thanks to you I was able to get a new case. I was much more careful this time, and I am very happy to report both cases made it home safely. It's so nice to see there are still gentlemen in our wonderful city. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to help me out. I truly appreciate it!
A huge thank you to all the wonderful young people who jumped to my 87 year old father's aid, when he fell outside of the Casino on Saturday night. He is sore, but basically okay. He remembers all your comforting words and is very grateful to all of you for your help. His words, What great kids they all were.
I'm sorry, I didn't get any names, but you know who you are, and rest assured you are wonderful, caring people! Thank you so much!
Lynn & Ted
To the Gentlemen who saw me on Front Rd, at Reaume, after my car spun out and you changed my flat. thank you guys so much for your help! I was so flustered that I never got either of your names, but thank you both so much.
around 1.15 Saturday on Front rd at Reaume.
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Thank you to the gentleman with the beautiful smile, driving the black Dodge Ram, who just paid for my coffees at Tim's, corner of Tecumseh and Manning. You made my day, and I will pay it forward!
To the lazy person who neglected to clean up after their dog crapped on the sidewalk going through the beautiful gardens at Reaume Park, go walk somewhere else. It is people like you who ruin it for others. I enjoy walking there with my dog. There was a time when dogs werent permitted there most likely because of what I saw last night. Stay home if you can't clean up after your dog. Don't ruin it for others.
Monty Formal Wear wants to send out a huge thank you to all of the prom and graduation students, that donated a pair of their shoes to Street Help Homeless Center in Windsor and received $10.00 off of their formal shoe rental. We were able to collect approximately 100 pairs of new and gently used shoes. Christine from Street Help is pictured receiving one of the several boxes of shoes we collected.
I went to my friends place and I was fine there, it was after that that all hell broke loose. I got lost going back home, ending up in Lasalle going towards Amherstburg I think, just not in the right direction to get back to Windsor. I pulled over and this nice gentleman and his fiance gave me directions but for some reason I did the total opposite to what he told me to do. He proceeded to follow me sensing that something was not right and I pulled over again and he said to me, follow me I will get you home. In the mean time my temperature was extremely high and I did not know that. I knew that I felt warm and I had had a headache for the last few days. As I was following him I proceeded to pass him instead of following him, why??? I don know. I believe that I was getting deeper and deeper into the extreme Heat Stroke stage. After I passed Adel he lost me momentarily on Walker Road where I pulled onto a side street once again and pulled over again, why?? I dont know. The gentleman found me and asked me if he could plse drive me home. At this point I said yes,
to please do so. As I was going around the van I fell. This GOOD SAMARITAN (ADEL from A1 AUTO GLASS) got me home safe and sound. He asked to talk to one of my kids as I seemed totally lost. Both my sons came downstairs. Tim, my youngest son, got me in the elevator and he said that I was falling over and had no balance. When he saw that I was lost and could not answer some of his questions, he called an Ambulance and they took me to the hospital. My temperature in the ambulance was 41.5 which is well over 104-105 I think. They tried everything to try and get it to come down and it did not want to come down and my headache was getting worse. They did a number of blood tests, ECG, EKG, and they did a Brain Scan as they were worried some damage might have been done but those results all cam back NEGATIVE meaning that all was good with the brain scan....good results....this made me so happy. Thus, after all of
these tests, they came to the conclusion that I was suffering from EXTREME HEAT STROKE.
We are thinking that this all started on Saturday night when we went to the races and I did not have a hat on all evening, then on Sunday I went out again to the Legion to the Canada Day Dance and no doubt over exerted myself, however, I did not stay long tho as I was not feeling all that great and my head was killing me. So the Dr. gave me a bag of
intravenous and when it came to the second one I asked if I could go home. I am still feeling week and drained but it will take a couple days to get back to normal. Sorry this is so long but I wanted to fill all my amazing friends and family of what just happened to me.
I had an angel on my should because I could have had a major accident and killed myself or someone else. Had it not been for my Good Samaritan Adel and the angel on my shoulder I might not be here right now sending this to all of you. I also want to thank everyone for all the prayers and good thoughts. Again, I am sorry for it being so lengthy. I love ALL of you very much. Needless to say, this was a very scary event, today I am feeling tired and
drained, but that is ok. I AM OK