Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
I just want to thank our childrens' teachers. (In particular, the grade 10 teachers at Assumption, who I've been able to listen in on, as my child does her schoolwork from home.) Your patience is admirable. I've heard a tiny bit of what you deal with on a daily basis, and idk how you do it. I think you're all doing an amazing job. This can't be any easier for you to teach from home, than it is for our kids to be stuck learning from home. You do a wonderful job. These kids are lucky to have teachers like you! Keep up the great work! We appreciate the heck out of you!
Went to Canadian tire on Walker road today with my daughter to get new lawn chairs when we got to the car we could'nt get the lawn chairs in.My daughter tried to call some of friends and no one was avaiable.A good smaritan in a white truck came up behind us and asked us if we could get the chairs in.He said i used to be your mailman put the chairs in back of my truck and i will follow you home.I dont remember him but i want to thank you so much.There is still good people in Windsor.
I found a phone on Walker Rd this afternoon. Describe your phone and I will return it
Thank you to the person who was in front of me at the drive thru of Timmies on Tecumseh and Huron Church for paying for my food. I've had a rough week and this made my year. I decided to pay for the car behind me. Thanks for giving me hope in humanity during these rough times and God bless you.
This spectacular lady and the best cashier.
I seen her write a little cute note to someone who can't come out to shop.
The caregiver told her how much they miss her. And she takes the time to write sweet notes to make their day special.
Her one co worker said she does this often. That she loves her people. And will do what it takes to bring happiness to someone.
I was talking to the woman outside the store and she was so thankful for Doris going out of her way to make her mom smile. She said her mom is elderly and can't risk going to shop. And puts her notes on the fridge every time she gets one.
I really hope freshco appreciates the effort she takes with the customers.
She's one in a million.
I'm always guaranteed a laugh or a genuine smile when I see her.
The picture was posted on another great write up about her.
( sorry that it's long ) Ladies watch out at the east Windsor Walmart some crazy shit almost just happened to me I parked my car and got out walking towards Walmart and out of nowhere a man in his 50s to 60s with glasses approached me asking me how I liked my car because his son was thinking about getting the same one. So fair enough I answer him and then He pinches my coat as if to guide me closer to him and tells me about how I should be locking my car doors from the inside because someone got their stuff stolen and I have to be safe as a girl blah blah blah he then pinched my coat again and continued on about the story. I was polite and thought maybe it was just a too friendly old man . Then approaches the second man wearing a black ball cap and he looked older definitely 60's and they were chatting with each other as if they just happened to run into each other. The man put his arm out to say almost like go through the door first so I did not thinking anything of it and I walked into the store so quickly and walked away just in case and I went down literally only one specific Aisle to get shampoo . And was down the aisle for less than five seconds when he approached me in the aisle I quickly grabbed the thing I wanted and hurried towards the cash registers I picked a female to cash me out just in case I would have to say some thing. I am in line now and I looked behind me and see that the second man is watching what I am doing and he's just walking back-and-forth as if he was thinking about which line to get in but he didn't have anything in his hands. Keep in mind I was literally in the store for less than five minutes and that first man directly followed me to the aisle I was in and now the second man is watching where I was cashing out. I cash out my things and I see to the one cash over the second man Who was watching where I was cashing out buying a pack of gum. He finish cashing out first and then just stood there as if he was waiting for someone even though he didn't initially enter the store with this man they just happened to run into each other but they weren't shopping together. I then speed walk directly past him and exit the store and I'm basically running to my car as fast as I can and I get in my car and I don't see the first man's truck parked around me anymore. They were clearly working as a team and I have no idea what they had planned for me but luckily I got away please be vigilant around your surroundings I definitely wasn't when I entered the store.
8 year old Youma donating her hair for the 3rd time. This beautiful young girl should be recognized for doing a great thing. Let's encourage her by viewing and liking her videos and sharing it.
Check out her new YouTube channel: https:/ / youtube.com/ channel/ UCtMsbYFFUwqsC4InFlYj0_w
Her latest video is about donating her hair.
https:/ / youtu.be/ cqK1AAzJw3E
https:/ / youtu.be/ -3vavedYVIw
I'd love to thank the woman at Dollar Tree for the tip you gave me. Very much appreciated. To anyone that works with customers, being nice goes a long way. Thank you ma'am