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Let me first say, I know you mean well. I know you're probably an animal lover and that the deer go hungry in winter and you want to help. I get it. I hear that you hand feed them which must be magical and I know people drive by to see the deer gathered in your yard and that you're likely not thinking beyond the flowers.
Friday morning I was taking my daughter to school and was headed to work when I passed your house. A little deer ran across the road ahead of us and then there was a huge crash and my windshield exploded raining glass all over my daughter and me. I pulled over extremely shaken and waited for the police and tow truck. The car is probably totaled but that's not the point of this story.
I didn't know about you until I went to the Collision Reporting Centre. Apparently, there are a large number of such accidents in front of your house. I hear there are as many as 20 deer in your yard waiting for food every morning. My daughter and I are (miraculously) fine. I'm sure others haven't been so lucky. There's a deer dead or dying somewhere because it rolled over our hood leaving fur in the top of the broken windshield glass. That it crushed my daughters side of the car so badly leaves me with chills and grateful that she was not hurt.
Look, I now know and I will not be driving down Armanda again. For those of you who will, tred carefully, For you, the woman feeding the deer, I understand their habitat is diminishing. I understand that they have to be somewhere but to attract them in large numbers to a busy road is just madness - as is making a population of wild animals dependent of you for what they would normally scavenge.
Take this post for what you will. I now know about you and now you've also read my story. I'm not driving down your road again and what you do is up to you.
I was at Canadian Tire in West Windsor and when I got home I didn't have my cane. I remembered putting it in the cart at the Garden Centre so my husband and I drove back to Canadian Tire and there was my cane in the shopping cart area. Many thanks to the person that put it there. This just proves how nice the people in Windsor and area are.
We are hosting a benefit to help offset the cost of Addy's therapy. She needs and assessment which will cost $1700 and hours of therapy afterwards which will cost $140 per hour.. Due to the recent changes in government funding for therapies Addy will not recieve the help she should have under the old government program.
Adyson needs extra help to ensure that she has a bright future. This therapy will help in many different ways. Please consider buying a ticket and help this little girl realize her full potential. You wont be sorry you did!
Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for ages 4 to 12 and 3 and under free.
Doors open at 4:30 and dinner will be served from 6pm until 8pm.
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Takeout tickets also available at $20 each.
There will be childrens activities and tons of prizes to be won!
Hi. I was involved in a pretty big accident on May 18th at the Tecumseh and Howard intersection. I want to thank all of the amazing people that came to my aid to make sure I was ok. Thank you to the lovely retired nurse who held my hand to keep me calm, the kind man that called my husband for me, and everyone else that talked to me and kept me calm. I also want to thank all of the Police Officers, Paramedics, Fire Fighters and Tow Truck Drivers that rushed to the scene and took control of the situation, you honestly do not get enough credit for what you do. Lastly, thanks to the nurses and doctors at the hospital that kept reassuring me that I was ok. I can't possibly express my gratitude to all of you enough! Windsor still has good people!!
Wire framed prescription glasses found in East Windsor on Little River/ Ganatchio trail.
May 18 there was a accident on Howard and Tecumseh involving 2 vehicles. There was a woman involved whom was rushed to the hosp I assume. I am just wondering how she is doing? She has been sitting on my mind since that day.
I pray both parties are doing well and are on a fast recovery.
To all the bystanders who assisted and maintained everything till emergency crews arrived good work guys you helped out these 2 amazingly.
Very proud to see our community come together in a crisis like this.
Tim Hortons location on the corner there if any of you read this your crew is amazing with all the assistance they offered to everyone helping with the accident.
Lost gold charm with late father's finger print. Tremendous sentimental value to my mother. Lost May 15-18 (possibly WFCU Sat night.) If found, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To the kind person who turned in my purse to customer service at Home Depot east side. I appreciate you. Bless you. I just want to thank you so very much! Chi Miigwetch