Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
To the old man who laid on his horn at walker and ypres behind me as I was in the left turning lane waiting until it was safe to turn, not being able to see past the van turning left from the oncoming traffic I did not want to go until I was sure considering I had a 5 month old baby in my back seat. He then proceeded to ride my tail, pass me and then make a point to stop in traffic roll down his window and yell repeatedly at the top of his lungs "you effing b****, eff you" even once I said back I have a baby in my car he continued with "I don't effing care you're a effing b**** eff you" then speed off and I then watched him tail gate everyone else and weave in an out of traffic. I hope you feel good about yourself and feel like a big tough guy yelling at a young girl in the middle of traffic while stopping traffic around. I bet he wouldn't have done that if I had a guy in my car with me. I dont know whats wrong with people lately but the road rage in windsor is getting out of control.
My dog went missing on May 4th around the university/ sandwich street area.
He has a brown face and brown legs. Black and grey body.
Last wearing his red harness with black border.
If he is seen please give me a text or call 6472182721
Big cash reward to whomever finds him
Spotted this on a friends wall and wanted to share.
In the last 1.5 years, I have been in 5 funeral processions and attended the funerals of those 5 amazing, wonderful and loving people we lost. These are thoughts on the people who choose to be ignorant during a funeral procession...
So for those of you who were angry that a funeral procession made you a few minutes late, here are few suggestions. The next time this happens, try not to think of the fact that you missed one rotation of the lights; think instead about what the people in those cars will miss. Try not to think of being late for your lunch; think about the people who will never again get to meet their loved one for lunch. Try to consider that maybe you could inconvenience yourself for one moment to allow a grieving family to stay together, to show them that you see them and you recognize their loss.
I hope you can do this because one day, you'll be the one driving with your your hazards flashing, needing to follow closely so you don't lose your connection, don't lose your way. And I hope the world will stop for you.
" A funeral procession is not about getting to the cemetery at the same time. A funeral procession is a chain of connection, a visible sign of the invisible bond of grief "
- Rev. Cindy Maddox
Lost my phone while out searching for new beginnings.got off the bus at wyandotte and Elliotte..going down Elliotte and all around the area as couldn't find the place then couldn't find my phone..its a Samsung.no case.No service..used for fb and picture of my five kids ..need my pics and vids of my kids.reward if found $40.call 519-915-6161....has paw patrol sticker on the back
A shout out to l'Essor grad and U of W business student Kyle Renaud for thoughtfully helping my wife and I out tonight. We were on our nightly walk around Beach Grove when the skies opened up and it started to hail on us. We flagged him down while he was driving by and asked for a ride home. He didn't hesitate and happily obliged. Even more impressive, when my wife and I got in the house I realized that I left my eyeglasses in his car. After searching him out on social media he insisted on bringing them over to me. You are a class act young man. Don't change a bit
My grandma is dog sitting a dog for my uncle.
He got out of her yard on Westminster, in the pilette and Wyandotte area about 15 minutes ago. He is a large chocolate brown labrador.
His name is Cooper, he has a collar with updated tags on it. If he is found please call 226 246 3831 or 519 903 4565
This man in NOT homeless.
He lives in a trailer with his WIFE.
He gets his cheque from the government MONTHLY.
He begs for money almost daily from customers in the Walker Commons parking lot. (Walker Road, Windsor Ontario)
When you offer him food, drinks, gift cards ect he will say NO or take it and leave them on the sidewalk.
When he does get money from goodwilled, hard-working people he takes it to someone who will sell him bottles of beer. After he's had a few he comes back intoxicated and begs for more money. Sometimes very aggressivly!
This man is sick!
This man is an alcoholic!
This make takes advantage of the system and hard working people!
The only people I feel sorry for is these people who dont know who he really is and give him money to enable his alcoholism.
On April 14th, 2018, I stopped to help an elderly lady as I witnessed the accident she was in. Nobody was injured in the accident. This lady was so sweet she just kept hugging me & thanking me for stopping to make sure she was okay & allowing her to use my phone to call the police & her husband as she was driving alone after doing groceries. After the police arrived, she came over to me with a paper & pen asking me to write down my information, I did. This morning I went to check my mail & this sweet lady took time to write me a thank you card along with a $10 Tim hortons card. If you somehow see this I just want you to know i really do appreciate the thank you card, I'm glad I was able to do whatever I could to help you. As I said, some people are just in the right place at the right time :) Your hugs & thank you's showed how much you appreciated my help. You just made my day!
- point of this post ..
There really are sweet people out there, people who appreciate the things you do & the kindness in your heart.