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So last night I hauled all of our flood (Sewage water) stuff to the side of the road, it took hours of hard work to clean and bag up neatly for pick up, there where lots of soaking wet smelly clothes and some toys things like that. Well someone thought it was a good idea to rip those bags apart and take what they wanted and leave the rest for me to clean this morning. What the hell is wrong with people. Not just my house either, they went through all the people on my streets garbage and just threw it around trying to find stuff they wanted. I honestly hope these people get the plague from wearing contaminated clothing!! (Ok maybe I dont but I am so mad!!) Try to be considerate. We just had to clean up our belongings and toss them out, we have to pay to repair damage and now we all get to take the time to clean up another stinky mess. Watch what you buy from Kijiji people!! I have a feeling its going to be blowing up with "deals"
You pick me up every day after class out front of the Red Cross. I always thought you were a friendly, polite dude who seemed to enjoy your job and it was always good to talk you on the way home. I was sad to here you're switching routes as of Monday. There should be more drivers like you.
So Im sure everybody remembers the rainstorm the other day. I know my husband and two daughters sure do. Because we got caught in the worst of it. Our truck stalled in the middle of the lake that had formed on Dominion Boulevard, and we were sitting there for almost an hour, blocking traffic, with hungry kids (we had been on our way to get lunch). Now, I understand that its tough driving out in that weather. Its stressful. But you would not believe the number of large trucks that passed us by, who could have quickly and easily pulled us out, or even pushed us off to the side of the road so that traffic could get by a little easier. But no. Everybody was way too concerned with themselves to bother with a stranded family. Im just thankful my husband was with us, as he is the one with a cell phone. If I had been out driving, just me and the kids, that day, Im not sure what we would have done
I spotted in Windsor the nicest person named Jamie. I was stranded in my work van around 2:30 August 27 during the flood. My work phone died so I asked someone to use their phone. Not only did Jamie let me use his phone he drove me back to my Jeep which was a chore because most of the streets where flooded. Thank you Jamie you are the kindest person I've met in a long time. I hope the water didn't damage your truck. Mary.
I just wanted to take a minute to recognize SAM she was working the drive thru sunday evening. Ihad just spent the day in the ER with my husband, who was finally admitted for health reasons.
This employee was super friendly and took the time to chat with me, after a super stressful day it meant a lot to me. That extra service with a smile and the laughter
I hope one day you will be driving in your own AUDI.
Yes, there's a witness. If you reported it to the police when the idiot hit your truck with the contents of his grocery bag, good for you, and if you need someone who saw it as a witness, I'm available.
People whom lost there plates in the flood yesterday they are on my front lawn 2384 Chandler rd.
Fun in the flooded second parking lot of Springz before unclogging the sewers! Springz is still open for business and accessible!