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On April 14th, 2018, I stopped to help an elderly lady as I witnessed the accident she was in. Nobody was injured in the accident. This lady was so sweet she just kept hugging me & thanking me for stopping to make sure she was okay & allowing her to use my phone to call the police & her husband as she was driving alone after doing groceries. After the police arrived, she came over to me with a paper & pen asking me to write down my information, I did. This morning I went to check my mail & this sweet lady took time to write me a thank you card along with a $10 Tim hortons card. If you somehow see this I just want you to know i really do appreciate the thank you card, I'm glad I was able to do whatever I could to help you. As I said, some people are just in the right place at the right time :) Your hugs & thank you's showed how much you appreciated my help. You just made my day!
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There really are sweet people out there, people who appreciate the things you do & the kindness in your heart.
Red dog COLLAR with tags. Dog is at home, only collar is missing.
Between Giles and Tecumseh, Gladstone and Howard.
Name tag is a red heart with "Champagne" on one side and my cell number on the other. Lost during morning walk April 25.
Please keep an eye out.
Join us for an amazing event Sunday April 29 @Seacliff Park Leamington.
Supporting Autism Awareness and Acceptance together with Autism Ontario Windsor Essex Chapter! Bring your family and friends!
Here is a sneak peek at some of our amazing Little Tomato cast which will be performing in Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr. next week at Migration Hall! Bet you will recognize lots of familiar faces in this video. Show dates are May 4-6th. For tickets call Box Office Video 519-733-5357 or visit www.migrationhall.com. For more information see our Facebook page https:/ / www.facebook.com/ LittleTomatoChildrensTheatre/
This is long over due -March 26
I had a procedure done at the hospital and it was the first of its kind for me. I was extremely nervous, but Cindy the nurse who was looking after me, went above and beyond to make me feel safe and really cared for. I just want to reach out and thank you for making such an impact on the quality of care I received. You really made me feel comfortable, cared for and thankful that we have such amazing people like you !
My kids took me out for my Birthday yesterday at Eddy's Mediterranean Bistro, absolutely amazing place!!! This little Bistro, if you haven't been to it, you gotta try it!!!! It is on Tecumseh rd./ Mercer at 420 Tecumseh rd. parking is in the back, with a back entrance as well. It may not appear super nice from the outside but, inside there is a casual whatever section and then a section for the more fine dining experience. The service is amazing, the food is truly amazing and awesome, I tried many things that hmmm I never thought I'd ever eat..like fattoush salad (wow) and garlic spread!! Lol Never in my life did I think garlic spread could be so good but, I guess when it's freshly made to perfection, it's absolutely terrific. What can I say my whole Eddy's Bistro experience was wonderful!!! The chicken and the beef kabobs, I believe are the best I have ever had in any restaurant. The owner Eddy, makes sure that you are well taken care of!!! He's a really nice guy, very cheery and friendly and all round has a very pleasant personality!!! Dare say, I'm so glad a few my kids knew of this gem of a restaurant!!! I will definitely be telling people about it and most definitely going back real soon!!!! Thank you Eddy, for the most amazing dining experience I've had in quite a while. (since Goderich a few years ago) Great amazing food, incredible service, a terrific time with my kids, made for an awesome Birthday!!! Keep smiling Eddy!!!
To the man who stopped at the corner of South Cameron and Tecumseh to help that boy with his motorized wheelchair, we need more people like you in our city. It looked to me as if this boy rolled on to the road a little. This man got out of his car to help him back on the sidewalk. He was holding up quite a few cars. I'm happy to see he took the time to show kindness. I hope all the cars being help up were patient and learned something about taking time to help others like I did today.
On Sunday afternoon during the Earth Day celebration at Malden Park, my wife got her van stuck in the muddy grass.
When I arrived, I saw it almost 90 degrees the wrong way. We enlisted the help of some firefighters who were there as part of the festivities. They gave it a valiant effort with pushing assistance but unfortunately, the van was stuck too deep.
It was a pretty stressful and embarrassing situation as people were glaring and discussing us on their way out all the while dealing with our 3 little guys.
As I tried to call up some tow companies, a kind man in a SUV told us he can help tow us out after he goes home and gets his equipment.
Sure to his word, he returned and helped not only us but the car next to us who were also stuck.
Another gentleman came by to assist us with directing traffic on the other side.
We are very grateful for the kindness of these people today who volunteered to help and get us out of that jam.