Dedicated to the general sights, news and funny happenings in the wonderful city of Windsor
I want to say thank you to the Vets Cab driver today who gave a homeless man money after watching him search the garbage can for food at the corner of Ouellette and University. Watching the man's reaction to your generosity was absolutely emotional. Your act of generosity didn't go unnoticed, bless your soul!
Thank you so much to the good citizen on a motorcycle who took the time to help me today. I was in a car accident today and was so shaken up and had no idea what to do first. This kind man pulled up on his bike and directed us to the side of the road , and helped calmed everyone down and told us how to proceed with everything. He then sat with us and made sure we were all ok and that we were able to get home safely. Thank you so much, you truly are and amazing person, and proof their are still kind people left in this world !
While having a coffee break I spotted our lovely Windsor firefighters giving some neighbourhood kids a great time and cooking them off on a hot day.
Meet Dryden Szucki.
Dryden is an 8 year old tecumseh boy who is severely autistic, functionally non verbal, ADHD. He has no sense of danger and loves to run and explore, which is becoming increasingly dangerous for Dryden and causing a lot of stress and worry on his mom.
Dryden is in need of a specially trained service dog in order to help keep him safe. The cost of the dog is quite expensive as you can imagine, in excess of $8000. Currently, friends of Drydens mom are selling "Admit One" tickets for Lakeshore Cinema. The tickets cost $10 and are good for any general admission or luxury recliner movies. They never expire.
You can purchase tickets or make a donation of any kind towards Drydens Service Dog Journey by contacting Jen Hennin @ firstname.lastname@example.org
So for quite sometime mow, I see a gentleman often walking up and down totten 1st and surrounding area picking up garbage and beautifying our neighbourhood. It warms my heart that this lovely man takes his time and energy to clean our streets. To David, thank you SIR!
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month - 1,500 children are diagnosed with Cancer in Canada. Donating blood is one of the most direct ways someone can help. It can take up to 8 donors to help someone with leukemia.
New Donors & Walk ins Welcome
I just wanted to thank the people on Esdras Street and that area for taking time and caring to go and search for my son when we thought we had lost him. Thank you so so much it meant so much to me. I wish you all the best. I also want to say thank you to Windsor Police who also were quick to respond and were understanding and kind and helpful in every way possible thank you for all your hard work and kindness.
Thank you to the city workers who helped me after I had a accident on my bike,
St rose and homedale. Even brought me home.
Sending good karma your way