The Driving Lessons Continue…

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35 Responses to The Driving Lessons Continue…

  1. Uh-oh – that is a scary picture.

  2. Thank you for giving me my laugh for the day. That is priceless!!!

  3. Kathleen says:

    Love This Photo!

  4. elisaruland says:

    Ha! It doesn’t get any easier even after they’ve had their license for a year or two. I still get in trouble for “holding on!”

  5. One question..Who took the picture?….Diane

  6. denizb33 says:

    Hee hee! Love your photos :-)

    • It was fun to take. I came home feeling like my life had been in jeopardy, grabbed my camera and put it on the tripod, marched outside with my car in the driveway and snapped the photo. :-)

  7. Ah, memories… I think my late mother looked like that after she spent a few hours trying to teach me how to drive a stick shift…
    (And the fact that she’s my *late* mother had nothing to do with teaching me to drive…)

    • Ah, the stick shift. That’s coming. I learned on a stick shift. I think everyone should learn on a stick shift. We didn’t have one to teach the boys, but my father owned an old jeep willey from 1948 that I’m now having shipped here (we bought it from him before he died, but never collected it). I resolved to teach them on that. Should be entertaining… :-)
      And I’m sure you did fine, but it probably added a few gray hairs to her head… :-)

  8. Lynne Ayers says:

    I never ventured to teach my girls to drive … and now I know why LOL – I left it to the professionals. And good thing or we might not be speaking any more.

    • Here the parents are expected to give their kids 25 hours before they start behind the wheel. If the show up and don’t appear to have any experience, they will send them home. :-(

      • When I learned to drive in Baltimore, lo, these many millennia ago, you had six weeks of classroom training (at a private company), and eight hours of road training (also by a private company). Schools and parents had nothing to do with it (except to pay for it, in the case of the parents).

      • My, how things have changed. I remember driving with my mom, but I don’t know that it was required, per se.

  9. I love it!
    That’s probably how my dad must have felt! ha ha

  10. Madhu says:

    Funny :-) You have a career in the movies Arnel :-D

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