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Spotted: To the person in the Tim Horton's drive thru on Wyandotte st who was BEHIND us in the drive thu line and decided to pay for our order...thank you!! Your generosity amazed me as well as my husband and my young son. We couldn't believe it when we got to the window and the girl working the drive thru told us that our order was paid by the person in the car behind us. You made our night!! We PROMISE we will be paying it forward. It is so amazing to see the good in people and we hope you have a very merry Christmas. God Bless!!
A very thankful young family who's hearts were touched by a complete stranger in a mini van.
Dear spotted creator
I saw you on the news last tonight ! You are doing a really great thing here! Thanks for showing and reminding us of the goodness that is among us all!!! I love reading these stories I hope you keep doing this all year !!! Thanks again! Xo
Spotted : To the person who broke into my car last night, Merry Christmas- prick.
Spotted : Guy from Home Depot , thank you ! Because of you I got everything I needed to make my kids' toys. I didnt have to run from place to place and you even let me give you a hug!
It's great to finally see good customer service!!!
Spotted : Thank you to the young woman who gave me her parking permit in the hospital lot on Ouellette Ave. this afternoon. Your unexpected kindness put a smile on my face and a spring in my step. As I was leaving I passed that permit on to a gentleman who had just parked in the lot. That made me feel even better. Thank you, for making my day.
The lady in the blue coat.
Spotted : WOULD LIKE TO SAY HOW MUCH WE APPRECIATE SHOPPING AT THE HOME HARDWARE ON SEMINOLE ST. NEVER BEEN IN THERE YET AND HAD TO LOOK AROUND FOR HELP FINDING THINGS WE WANTED TO BUY.THE STAFF ARE AMAZING AND SO HELPFUL ....IT SURE BEATS BIG BOX STORES !!lets keep shopping local please :)
Want to know more about what Spotted in Windsor is all about? Watch CTV news today for the interview!!!!
Spotted : My husband and I were driving down Tecumseh Rd. East today on our way home from shopping. We happened to notice an elderly man in a wheelchair stuck in the snow on the sidewalk in front of a store (7555 Tecumseh Rd. East). We had to make a U-turn in order to get to him and assist him, and by the time we waited for light and got there, two other men were already there helping him. They were using a hockey stick from their car, along with some muscle to get this mans wheelchair out of the snow. Kudos the to men who stopped, but shame on you Windsor for him being stuck in the first place.
Come on people, shovel your walkways!