I can sort of remember driver's ed. It was part of the high school curriculum, and one or two days a week, we would do driver's ed instead of P.E. Two other girls and I drove around in this big old station wagon with our teacher for about an hour or so. At the end of the semester, we were deemed competent enough.
Well, times have changed. There's no driver's ed at the high school. Plus, we don't live in a little podunk town with 3 traffic lights like I grew up in.
We dropped Chaco off at Master Drive this morning. He's been doing well with his chauffeur duties, but now it's time to let the professionals take over. He's doing what I call "The Crash Course" all day today and tomorrow. There's a slalom course! Hydroplaning! Skid Pad!:
So I'm here wondering how my baby's doing. No, not Chaco. He's probably having a blast. I'm just worried about our poor Subaru! She'll probably need a new transmission when this is done.