Driving Miss Daisy…

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I, apparently, am a terrible driver.  I have been told this by more than one person.

Well, I do have some driving flaws.  I have trouble concentrating, I get sleepy, and I lack self-confidence.  Wonder why?

I have had my car “confiscated” by more than one person, but especially by my youngest sister.  It seems my driving makes her carsick.  Hoo-boy.  That’s hardly a vote of confidence.

There’s a certain sense of being pampered when one becomes “Miss Daisy.”  I almost want to practice my queen’s wave, not that I was ever a queen of anything other than in my own mind.  Nevertheless, being driven is a mixed blessing…the pampering, which I have already mentioned, versus the dependence and the vote of incompetency.   It’s a fine line between wanting to turn it over to others and being thought of as capable

I think I’ll take back my car.  I’ll pay better attention and change my attitude.  Instead of Miss Daisy, I’ll  be Thelma or Louise…minus the Grand Canyon leap, of course.

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About Horton Hears Herself

Here I am, listening to myself for the first time in my life! I like what I am hearing, most of the time. This time of listening to myself, discovering myself, and learning how to have my dream life is a rocky path with surprises, good and bad.

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