Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
Spotted: I was at the Three Days Grace concert at the WFCU centre. During the Ashes of Soma performance, a man 5 rows down from me was passed out. The medical team came to try and assist him. He looked as if he had passed away for a few minutes. His leg was shaking like crazy after. This caused people to leave, whether it was that people did not want to witness it, or that they were giving some space for the medical team.
It took the paramedics at least 15-20 minutes to arrive. The medical team obviously did not have all the necessary tools needed to help this man. Whether the paramedics were not called right away, or they just took so long to get there, I do not know. But that is way too long when an emergency is occurring.
I saw the 2 paramedics carry this man out on a chair, who at this point, looked paralyzed, maybe from seizing or a stroke (I am no doctor, but that is just my thought).
The people with the man seemed to stay very calm during the situation.
I just want to know if anyone knows this person, and if he is okay? I witnessed it from afar, and couldn't help but think about him throughout the whole show.
If anyone has any information, I know it's personal, but even just an update on how he is doing, would be greatly appreciated.
I will keep this man and his family/ friends in my thoughts and prayers.
Signed, a stranger hoping for a miracle before the holiday!
To the person who broke into my aunt's house yesterday: She will never be able to replace the things you took and you have stolen the feeling of safety in her home, but believe me, we will find you because you have targeted many houses in that neighborhood in the past couple of weeks and SOMEBODY has spotted you! We are on a search so BEWARE....
Signed: An angry niece
Spotted : To the gentleman I saw riding a bike in this insane weather in Tecumseh this morning. I thought you were Absolutely crazy, then I pulled up beside you and saw your little red "sleigh" you had in tow that was filled with wrapped gifts and it brought tears to my eyes. You Aren't one bit of crazy, you're marvellous! Kudos to you sir, and merry Christmas!
Spotted: To the wonderful expecting mom in the line at Chapter's yesterday. Thank you for being so friendly and reminding me that others are not always grumpy around the holidays. You brought a smile to my face and put me back into the Christmas spirit. I paid your kindness forward by sharing the balance of my gift card with the next customer behind me. Congratulations again on your third baby and Merry Christmas.
Signed The mother in the black coat with a princess obsessed 3yr old.
SPOTTED: To the young man at the Lauzon Rd vet Friday night, thank you for going out of your way to cheer me up while I was crying and so worried because of how hurt my dog was. The reassurance and those cute pictures and videos of your pets really helped. You made a horrible night a little easier and you have no idea how much that meant to me.Thank you so much.
SPOTTED : Tonight I had been in walmart, not in a good mood since it was so packed. it was so overwhelming that there were so many people inside there and not even carts left for anyone. I had realized everyone was in a bad mood and when I had my cart blocking an isle as I was looking at something and I thought here comes a lady who is going to yell at me for having it like that. when she walked up to me she said "I just wanted to say you are very beautiful, and Merry Christmas". People in good spirits help bring other peoples spirits up.
A woman with her mood turned right around
Spotted, Citizens who ride the bus:
Please remember to courteous to one another especially elderly and definitely the bus driver's!!! Don't shoot the messenger... Remember that saying? It's not they're fault if the bus is full already on a busy day and they can't pick any more passengers up or strollers/ wheelchairs. Also a simple " thank you, hello, or enjoy your day/ night" can brighten some ones mood! Bus drivers deal with thousands of people everyday and that means thousands of different personalities/ attitudes. And the front seats as clearly marked are reserved for elderly let's not forget to move for them. And mostly CAN WE ALL BE A LOT MORE PATIENT! Bags will get bumped as people will too. It's expected on crowded city buses especially during the holidays!!
Signed, A rare passenger!
I was on my way home late from the hospital (my mom is in the ICU) and I was waiting for the crosstown 2 downtown. It was utterly freezing and I started crying. Its hard to hold the tears back sometimes. When this nice man waiting for the bus too came up to me and asked if I was OK. I told him and he said I'm so sorry you have to go through that. My mom just beat cancer so I know how things must feel for you. After a few minutes of talking he handed me a little black box with golden writing on it and said this is for you its for hope. I opened it and it was a little glass Christmas bag with candy canes. I told him thank you so much it means allot. He then told me no problem you need it. And never give up always have hope, don't forget that. I just want to let you know you made my night with those words of comfort =)
a very grateful girl in a green and pink winter hat with pompoms..& lt;3