Bumps in the road of life.

21 10 2006

Sometimes I just don’t understand how people can be so selfish. I mean, life is supposed to be a two-way street, right? You share the road? Give and take? But no, it’s just one person after another honking and cursing and trying to run you off the road. I don’t know if I can take it any more.

Then the police man pulls me over, and I realize this is a one-way street after all. Oops. Sorry, everyone.


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21 10 2006
ldamoff

Did you have another run in with Deputy Morrow?

love,
luke

22 10 2006
jeannedamoff

Ah, yes. Deputy Morrow. Good times.

22 10 2006
scarlet_arts

You know, I had you pegged as a common criminal right from day one.

I love that about you 🙂

22 10 2006
ldamoff

you know, i knew there was a reason why i was glad that dad taught me how to drive, and now i remember!

love,
luke

22 10 2006
Anonymous

…and now a word from your driving instructor:

Gee Luke, how kind of God to blot out in your memory our days of putting around in the RAV while you learned how to drive. Many are the times I cringe at how I behaved attempting to sit still as I road shotgun, letting you learn. Often I think it is inspite of me you have become an excellent driver!

However, I am interested to know what this post is about from your beloved Mum. I think I’ll give her a call…
Toot sweet. Pops

22 10 2006
jeannedamoff

Re: …and now a word from your driving instructor:

Oh, you (plural)! I just made this up to amuse myself. I’m a good driver and a good driving instructor. I taught Grace, and she . . . well, never mind.

(Just kidding, Gracie.)

Love you’uns.

22 10 2006
jeannedamoff

I beg to differ. I’m not a common criminal. I prefer to think of myself as uncommon.

But I’ll still take the love. ♥

22 10 2006
ldamoff

Re: …and now a word from your driving instructor:

I do remember the word “careening” was involved in reference to speeds well under 40… you did me well Pa, discipline is good.

love,
luke

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