For the past two months I’ve noticed that the traffic jam coming home starts earlier than it used to. I used to be able to get to a certain exit before the line of cars piled up, but now it’s normal if I don’t even fully switch highways before it starts. At first I was … More Thoughts on traffic
Yesterday I worked in the morning for my work’s College Prep Day. About 25 people showed up when we were hoping for about 75, but, that’s the community for you. It’s quite hard to get people to show up for events. Granted, it also started at 9 in the morning and what high schooler is … More Busy Saturday but mostly good Saturday
At least a few times a week, as I’m driving somewhere, I pass by an abandoned car. It seems to mainly happen on the highway actually, I’m not sure if I’ve seen one on a street. But I’ve wondered for a while now, why are those cars there? Why is the driver not in the … More Day 241. Always been a mystery to me.
Yesterday I had my first car accident. For my first real one I think it went pretty well. No other cars were involved, in fact, there were no other cars or people around when it happened. I was still in my apartment complex so I was able to drive back to the parking lot and … More Day 227. My first accident
So, the schedule-loving, list-making part of me wrote up a schedule of blog post ideas for two weeks. Day 2 of my writing every day and I had a two week schedule. I felt a bit sad about that at first, because this whole 365 day experience is supposed to be about me being a … More Day 10. Thoughts of the day
Gene and I try to go walking every evening after I get back from work. Sometimes there are soccer practices going on at the park when we are out there. What we find really strange is that a good portion of the parents just park at the park and stay in their cars for the … More Parents and their odd ways
I don’t know if you guys find this interesting or fascinating, but I do. I have always found it amazing how people follow the rules when driving. For the most part, drivers stay in their lanes, use their blinkers, stop at stop signs and stop lights, and stay within 5 miles of the speed limit. … More Following the leader