Feel the Music

When my daughter first started driving, we lived in the country. There was no traffic unless she took a major highway to visit her Dad or friends.

She learned to take the back roads.

The advice I offered was, “Let as many people out as possible. If you see someone that needs to enter the lane in front of you, let them.” That’s good karma and it will come back to you.

Now we live where there’s lots of traffic. She was hesitant when she needed to pull out, but I told her, “Look for a truck. They will let you out.”

Especially a Chevy or Ford! πŸ™‚

Y’all people drive pick up trucks.

My daughter shakes her head at how country I can be sometimes. She says I need to hide my crazy better, but it’s fun being a Y’all people.


6 thoughts on “Feel the Music

  1. This made me laugh! When my kids were young, I had a minivan. Pickup trucks would not let me in at all! Now that my kids are big (adult sized), I have a large SUV. I now have the respect from the pickup truck community and I am allowed to merge. πŸ˜‰

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    1. Your comment made me laugh! I can see you being ignored in the mini van. Lol My daughter drives a Jeep, so she has the respect of the Jeep Club as well as Y’all People. Thanks for the chuckle. πŸ™‚

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