Without exaggeration, I can actually credit Nancy Peham with saving my life. A few years ago, when I was overwhelmed to the point of collapse while downsizing from an 8,000 square foot home to one half that size, my realtor benevolently sent Nancy Peham from Helping Hands to assist me with the mountainous undertaking. Obviously, I had no idea such a service even existed, and I was skeptical, having only worked with packers from a moving company before - an experience I only wished I could forget.
It may sound illusory, but, from the moment Nancy arrived, an immediate feeling of relief swept over me and by the end of the first day, I knew what a Godsend had come my way. She was an energetic, highly productive self-starter, who took direction well. She was, punctual, efficient, well organized, courteous, and professional at all times. She proved to be a trustworthy person who was very respectful of my effects and privacy. Her presence during that move afforded me time to multi-task elsewhere while feeling confident that the impending move was progressing on schedule. For the next several months, Nancy was there rain or shine, working in a vital capacity almost every day, packing, unpacking, organizing closets and sometimes setting up entire rooms while generally aiding me in the coordination of my life in transition.
That was nine years, five moves and a few household disasters ago . . . all of which were made immeasurably more proficient with Nancys instrumental help. Throughout our long history, I can say without reservation that Nancy has become invaluable to me in a million untold ways. She is currently helping me with the preliminaries of what may be a long distance move, in which case I will definitely rely on Nancys incomparable skills to promote the logistics of this endeavor - I have no qualms in saying outright that I would not trust anyone but Nancy to facilitate such a task.
Lastly, it would not be a proper testimonial to her fine character without mentioning Nancys indisputably kind heart and persistent integrity, rare virtues which not only serve to solidify her ratification as a person, but, for me, personally exemplify someone who I have the distinct privilege to call my friend.
S.L.R./ Frisco, TX