Thursday, December 6, 2012

Needing A Locksmith On Vacation

I found myself in Boston many miles from home. We were on vacation and were having a blast. Then I made one mistake. I locked the keys in the car many miles from home. I had no idea what to do. I went to a local gas station and asked them if they knew a locksmith that could help me. They gave me the phone number to a place called Newton Locksmith. The lady on the phone was very nice. She told me there would be somebody there within an hour to help me. It was nice to hear because my kids are not patient and we still had things we wanted to do.

I got back to the car, my wife looked at me and I nodded my head. I told her somebody was on the way to help us. My children were patient for the first five minutes. My daughter began to complain she was hungry on minute number six. She didn't like sitting in the parking lot minutes from the beach. We could have walked to a restaurant, but it was two miles away. My wife and kids would not make it that far on foot. I told my daughter to hold on, I would take her somewhere to eat as soon as we were back into our car. She continued to complain until my wife kept her and my son busy with a deck of cards.

The locksmith showed up within an hour like promised. I believed it was closer to forty-five minutes. He introduced himself and actually offered us some water. I took a bottle for my children and thanked him. He looked at our car, got some tools and unlocked it within minutes. He gave me the bill and I gave him my credit card. He told us to have a great day and to enjoy the rest of our vacation. We drove to a restaurant and got something to eat, my daughter was happy. It seems her stomach is always very hungry. The rest of our vacation was great and I was more careful with my keys. When we got home, I had an extra key made and told my wife to keep it in her purse. It was great to deal with a company who really cares about their customers, even if they only meet them once.

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