Super gute Tage: rote Autos zählen

Super good days!

Super gute Tage: rote Autos zählen
One of my favorite books, The Curious Incident of a Dog in a Nighttime by Mark Haddon, is about a 15-year-old boy named Christopher Boone who lives with Asperger's Syndrome. Systems and order help these people.

It eludes his understanding of why people make it dependent on the weather, for example, whether it is or will be a good day.

In his system, he counted the cars and their colors on the bus on the way to school to determine whether it was a "Quite Good Day", "Good Day", "Super Good Day", or a "Black Day".

This is how he translates what he sees:

1 red car = Quite good

3 red cars in a row = Good

5 red cars in a row = Super good

4 yellow cars in a row = Black Day. Then he refuses to talk to anyone.

So: We can also decide for ourselves what makes a good or super good day!

What would that be for you?