Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
As I was driving to pick up my husband from work there was a horrible head on collision three cars up from me. This happened just before 4pm Monday May 14. It was a very scary sight. A car heading North on walker (near the airport) came right into oncoming cars heading south. I pulled over in shock and noticed a lady in scrubs (I'm assuming a nurse?) quickly ran to one of the cars to tend to a man that looked to be unconscious. There were people rushing to them and I went around to make room for emergency vehicles that would be coming. I drove away in tears and shock praying for those involved, I just wanted to know what happened? I keep thinking about it and praying they're ok, any information to put my mind at ease would be greatly appreciated.
Mothers day Sunday, 9ish pm, THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH to everyone who helped with sightings of my lost dog (yorkie). He jumped out (unseen) when I dropped my sister off on Pelissier. He was AMAZINGLY found within an hour, DOWNTOWN, AT NIGHT, and without his collar! (had come off earlier).
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!
I went to stacks on mother's day at around 2pm to treat myself to a mother's day brunch. When I went to pay my bill the waitress informed me that the young boy across from me had paid my bill as a random act of kindness. I couldn't help but tear up at this amazing gesture. He had left before me so I wasn't able to thank him. It really made my day and I will gladly pay it forward. To his mother on mother's day your have raised an exceptional young man. 😊
Last night around 9:00pm my husband and I were driving down Tecumseh rd and it was raining pretty bad out. All of a sudden we hit a huge puddle on the side of the road and looked up and we saw you on your bike on the sidewalk! You got splashed by our car big time! And then I looked back and saw all the cars splash you as well. We saw you at the last minute because it was so dark out. We wanted to stop and appologize but we did not want to cause an accident because it was really busy that night and there were so many cars. I just wanted to reach out (hopefully you see this) and let you know that it truly was a complete accident and we both feel terrible about it! We would never soak anyone on purpose! I know a lot of younger kids would because they think it's funny.....but this was not the case. I hope you got home safely and dried up quick!
Would really appreciate any help finding my younger brother's brand new bike that was stolen on Wednesday May 9th on the corner of Howard and Tecumseh. As a student, my younger brother put a lot of hard-earned money into this bike and at the end of the day would just like it back, so we are willing to offer a REWARD $100.
A picture of the model is attached.
Red Specialized Cross Trail
If you have any info shoot us a text please at 226-280-7521 or 519-551-5476
Spotted : To the two ladies walking into Devonshire Mall today from the Tim Hortons entrance after lunch. You stopped me to tell me how much you loved my hair and also complimented what my shirt said Girl Power
I got back to my car as quickly as I can so no one would see me burst into tears.
I've been divorced for 8 months now and my confidence has never been lower my whole life because of it. I was in a horrible situation and right now with some close family (Thank you, Mom and Dad) I'm slowly coming back out of my shell. I don't feel like I walk around confidently, but I've learned to act the part.
Anyways, I love you both. That simple comment and statement you made, and to stop me in the middle of the parking lot yo tell me. Well, you made my day, week, months.
Thank you so very much. I wish I had your confidence to go up to strangers and start talking, maybe one day soon I'll get it back.
It's going on 4 days now since she's sneaked outside, and we're trying everything under the sun. West Windsor, by Prince Road. Wish us luck and thank you for reading this!
To Diana and Gus that were out walking on Sunday morning by Windsor Crossing and provided assistance to my daughter who had fallen while roller blading on the trail. They stayed with her until I arrived and called an ambulance when she started to lose consciousness. Words cannot express how grateful I am to them for keeping her safe and comfortable until help arrived. She is now on the mend and feeling much better. Thank you so very much for being there.