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I saw a post shared through a mutual friend recently of a young mother who evidently picked up her son from school to find her child with what looked like obvious signs of head trauma. On this post she brought up many valid points as to how hard it is to have a child with a disability and not have them "labelled" in school. On this post, she showed how much she was fighting to get answers as to what even happened to her child. On this post she proved that it takes way to long to hear back from school boards, or anyone else she may have called to bring attention to this horrid situation. I used to be one of those people who, I guess you could say, looked "down" on young mothers. But you miss, you're doing a wonderful job. You advocating for your child may start a chain reaction where people who would typically keep quiet, won't keep quiet anymore. You're a very strong woman and for that I salute you. I can no longer find the post or best believe me I would have messaged you personally. Keep doing what you're doing mama!!!! Change starts with one person!!!!
I am actually hoping someone might spot this for me. My new hand-made life size Freddy Krueger somehow managed to walk off his platform. My fiancee worked really hard on him and we're just so disappointed that someone stole him. It was between 2-2:30am on Saturday Oct. 21. We live near St. Christopher's school. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I have ways of knowing if he's ours.
Thanks in advance.. Happy Halloween.
Shout out to police officer who stops by kindergarten on Giles Blvd. on Friday morning to say hello to the kids. He just came out of nowhere, saw kids playing outside and decided to stop and give them a high fives, he even turned on flashing lights on the car. Kids were so happy. They waved at him while he was leaving. I was watching from my balcony, made my day.
Belle River Peeps: I found $90 cash on the sidewalk outside of Libro tonight (Oct 20) on Notre Dame St. in Belle River. I would like to return it to you. If it is yours please PM me with the details of the receipt that was found with the cash. Thanks. Please share :)
If you happened to lose a pair of expensive men's pants at the mall today, contact me to get them. Just tell me where they were from and what size so I know they're yours.
Shout out to the lady who came to my Tim Hortons today and threatened to throw her tea at me if it was made wrong. (To which, it was not.) At first I thought you were joking, you noticed this and confirmed with me you were not. We understood you wanted 2 sugar and 2 milk in your tea, we are trained to call and punch this in as a 'double double WITH MILK'. You insisted that a 'double double' is with cream, and as correct as that is, I did point out that your tea was made with MILK. Why is it necessary to threaten a person with bodily harm over a drink? If it was made wrong, would you have been satisfied with the jail time you would receive all for a single drink? That seems absolutely asinine to me. Unfortunately, coupled with the fact that I am uncomfortable with confrontation and I had already cashed you out I could not refuse to service you for fear of the situation escalating. I was so shook after you had left, my hands shaking with adrenaline. This should not happen. You should not talk to people like that.
Thanks So much to the person who found my keys in the fountainebleau area Windsor. It was so very nice of you to bring them to the worlds gym, where they were able to call me this morning to let me know they had them. We so much appreciate your kindness!!! Hoping good things will come your way!
Our kayak was stolen from the roof of our car parked on the 900 block of St. Luke Road the night of Oct 18/ 19. It is a red Necky Chatham 16. Any information or help getting this back would be hugely appreciated. Very disappointed someone would go to so much trouble to steal something so important to us. If anyone saw this kayak being taken off our car in the middle of the night please speak up!