Following a night out with her lover, Paula Grzelak-Schultz chose to abandon her auto at the eatery and take a Uber home so as to abstain from drinking and driving. In the event that you’ve ever left your vehicle anyplace, you know the dread of potentially coming back to a boot, a ticket, a mean note from the business… or no auto at all since it was towed.

At the point when Paula came back to ‘Original Joes’ in Sherwood Park, Alberta to get her auto the following day, she was astonished to find that none of those unpleasant situations happened. Rather, she found an endearing note on her windshield from the eatery.

Paula shared the note on her Facebook page and it gathered more than 8,000 shares and 20,000 ‘Likes’.

The marvelous note was left by Jay McLean who is the managing partner of the eatery. McLean says he began leaving notes on autos to urge others not to drink and drive. He thinks about battling drunk driving through kindness and awesome examples.