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I was at work today driving down Langlois. I drove past an elderly female shovelling her sidewalk. I reversed to help her finish shovelling.
3 teenage boys were just 2 houses over and saw her shovelling too. They ended up coming over to help.
Just want to say thank you to those boys for taking their time to help!
I wish I grabbed their names but I had to get back to work.
After a very long weekend filled with a ton of tears, I'm now able to make this post.....
On Thursday I went to St Clair College to help my sister out with her dental hygiene program and I LOST MY RING 😪😪 It was lost in the Health and Sciences/ Dental Hygiene area of the school. I'm well aware that the likelihood of it being found or returned to me is very slim but I'm willing to try anything at this point! If everyone could please share and keep an eye out I'd be very grateful!
Still in shock that it's gone.... I've literally NEVER LOST ANYTHING before not even a earing so the fact that my engagement ring is gone is beyond heartbreaking! Praying for a miracle!
Thanks in advance for sharing 💔
I live in the 1800 block of Norman Rd. I had just become a home owner in September. Today I woke up to a perfectly shoveled road and a large wall of ice at the end of my driveway. It was as if was created to keep the white walkers out lol
Anyways, I went out to clear it as I have to go out later and work tomorrow. 4 of my neighbours came out to help me, 2 I have never met before. We cleared my driveway and 2 others in 30 minutes, it was awesome.
My uncle told me while looking for a house to scope out the neighbourhood because I wasn't just buying a house, I was investing in a neighbourhood.
I am happy to say that I chose correctly. Love you guys!
To the 2 random strangers who stopped to help me dig my escape out of the driveway on St Luke this morning, Thank you!! My husband injured his back shoveling snow a few days ago, and I am 5 months pregnant. You saw us struggling to get out, and stopped to help. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I am positive that we couldn't have done it alone, and I made it to work (almost) on time! It warms my heart to know that there are still good people out there.
I just wanted to send a special thanks to the 2 snowplow drivers that did the roads on Maguire and Tulip Crt. Saturday night. Thanks again for the fantastic job you did!!
Shout out to the kind city of Windsor snow removal gentleman who got out of his truck to help someone stuck in the snow on the corner :D they really are trying to get all the roads done I mean it is 8pm on a Sunday keep up the good work !
This is for a lady name Chris Cook.
Although I don't know you but I admire you and respect you so much.For the past year everytime I check facebook, windsor buy and sell, pay it forward windsor all I see is how you're always trying to help not just the homeless but anyone that needs help. Around Christmas time you asked for and collected donations for the homeless and the poor, you went out of your way to pick it up and deliver it to the mission and just whoever need it,and you're still going.
I ask everyone to join me to THANK this amazing soul for her hard work, and to let her know that me and everyone in windsor appreciate her for just being a great human being.
THANK YOU, and GOD BLESS YOU!!!
So two nights ago my iPad and iPhone were stolen out of my bag after a six hour streetcar ride in Toronto when I was completely exhausted and just wanted to get home. Not only did I lose two of the only possessions I own, but I lost most of my dignity as well and ended up having to move home with my parents for a while to start building things up again. Anyway, long story short, Amber L from to come see mall Telus, not only feel like such a victim or loser, but she actually gave me words of hope and shared some personal experiences of her own that she had gone through similar to mine, making me feel not so alone. Now onto business, what should've been a dreadful visit, ended up being pretty freaking fun and Amber is an absolute delight to deal with. We laughed a lot we got a lot done, and she stayed within the budget that we desperately needed to remain under. I come from retail, so I know how hard it can be when a difficult customer comes in, and I'm not saying that I was difficult, but I was definitely sad and about to erupt into tears at any minute and she made sure that didn't happen and kept the conversation on point and in a positive direction. Any boss of hers that is reading this, that kind of retail service cannot be taught. That is ingrained in a person's are bringing. It is in valuable especially in the customer service industry. To anyone looking to be treated with respect and lots of laughs, go see Amber L at Telus in Tecumseh