Happy in the early morning, taking the train into town (to meet the tow-truck for my car, see yesterday's post) and seeing Duesseldorf waking up. Felt good to have a change in routine, even though for the wrong reason. When you are in your own town at an odd time you get to appreciate it all over again, almost as if you are on vacation:
But the "happy moments" just added up as the towing action went so incredibly well. Perfectly on time, perfectly cordial and competent people coming to get my car, smooth and quick action to make life easy for me and even get to work ahead of time instead of being late.
I am absolutely grateful to live in a country where things work!!! Like clockwork, with quick calls on the mobile to prepare everything in an optimum way, with appointed times being met perfectly, with friendly and easygoing professionals who do their very best to ease any nervousness on the customer's part.
Now just hoping the repairs won't cost too much ...
Beata, all-round encourager:: of art and artists of Nepal, of a preschool in Kathmandu, of the great work of encouragement based on Adlerian psychology and the Theo Schoenaker's concept!