Hi Bob,

Just wanted to check my message made it through to you … I tried to add a comment to Google but was not able to do it so I decided to send you a Testimonial instead.

Wishing you all a Magical Christmas

From: jenny_@hotm
Subject: Testimonial
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 05:57:00 +0000

Dear Bob,

It is often said that moving house is one of the most stressful experiences we go through in life. Add to the mix a total letting go of all I have ever known; job, income, friends, status, security, car, beloved home and then to top it all off torrential downpour on moving day, it’s a wonder I wasn’t either pulling my hair out or sitting on the floor in a puddle of tears rocking back and forth in a stupor. But strangely enough it was almost a magical experience. Even though the rain steadily increased, Ian and Nick turned up nice and early at 6:45am on Dec 1st with bright and cheerful attitudes and set about carefully loading up the truck with all my possessions. Never once did they complain, insteady saying “you can only get wet once” and “this reminds me of home”. They were a joy to work with, professional, polite, diligent, inspirational and very nice people. Despite the weather and the drenching the boys received, all the boxes and furniture seemed barely touched by the rain and nothing was broken during the move. I was also very impressed at how the boys very cleverly manoeuvred some heavy and difficult pieces of furniture through narrow stairwells, turning and twisting. They would be very good at playing Tetrus, good spatial skills (which I dont have at all).
After a long day, I hope they were able to go home, have a nice hot bath, change into some dry clothes and have a nice cup of hot chocolate.
I am very grateful to Man and His Van and to Ian and Nick for helping me through a challenging day and turning it into a magical experience. Attitude and a good heart are everything.