Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
To the young woman with her child that (accidentally) cut 7 people in line at zehrs self check out line on February 10th. I apologize for the way i came off letting you know you had just cut the line. I was already pressed for time on my lunch and feel I came off too harsh towards you. I realized you did not mean to do this.
To the guy from Rauth roofing who stopped at the corner of Lauzon and McHugh this morning to help an elderly gentleman up after he fell on some ice great job you have been spotted
To the dark haired young man in the gold truck with the yellow Support our Troops ribbon at the Tim Horton's at Ouellette and Eugenie this morning at 9.
Not only did you speed and cut me off dangerously to beat me to the drive thru line, you impatiently yelled as the person ahead of you placed an order. Screaming F*ck and speeding out of the drive through without looking and nearly hitting a car as you squealed on to the road.
That women was not deserving of that behaviour. She is not to blame for your inability to control yourself. When I tipped her and apologized on your behalf-she mentioned that you regularly do this and she feels bad that things are so complicated for you. She treated you with grace and compassion that you don't deserve. I hope that wherever you work and whatever you do for a living-that you don't have to encounter people as toxic and hateful as you are.
Tiny Paws Rabbit Rescue is an amazing local rescue that is in the running, along with other charities across Canada, to receive grant $ from My Giving Circle. Top 10 charities will receive $. TPRR is currently in 7th place. Please take moment to vote and keep them.in the top 10. It's free and easy. It would be fantastic to have this $ allocated locally!
I was in Origins in the mall with my son and there was a lady and a young girl who said excuse me.. . We turned around and they were holding out a card. They said you just happened to be in front of us, so here you go, and they gave my son the card. He opened it and inside was $100. We tried to thank them, but they were gone. This has been the toughest week of my life. I was feeling lost and alone, and I had all but given up hope and then they appeared like magic. I don't know if these two wonderful people will ever know how much this act of kindness meant to me. I cried my eyes out in the store because I was so thankful. Whenever you are out there, thank you and bless you. My son decided to pay it forward and buy someone else a gift. ❤️
Earlier today my parents brought their special needs granddaughter (their daughter passed away 3 years ago and they're raising and caring for their granddaughter) to an appointment on Howard Avenue today. They dropped an envelope of important papers. They didn't know they did until they got home. And tonight my dad checked the mailbox and found the envelope. Someone found it and brought it out to LaSalle with a nice little note on the envelope. So whoever it is THANK YOU! There are good people in the world!
An older grey haired gentleman at The Mane Station barber on December 14th. You watched my 3 year old son cry throughout most of his hair cut. I held a phone for him to watch paw patrol which is something I swore I would never do. But the struggle is real and parenting isn't easy. When the evil haircut was complete I went to the counter to pay and Silver one of the barbers said your son is paid for by the gentleman I was cutting. He said Merry Christmas thank you so much to you sir. You made my day. Merry Christmas to you as well. I wish I could have thanked you in person. I hope you see this.
The students and staff hit our neighborhood today to pick up leaves; for seniors. This was greatly appreciated. A heartfelt thankyou to the staff and students. You were a blessing for us.
They even brought leaf blowers and bags...amazing!
Big shout out!