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  1. Our son was a terror to teach, Laurie. He was an excellent driver but a reckless and impatient one – tailgating, zooming up to intersections, over-confidence, you name it – he frazzled me no end. Our daughter was completely different – really casual and a bit ditzy (she doesn’t know right from left – apparently that’s a “thing” and had to have an “R” and “L” on her dashboard when she went for her test!) I’d say “stop!” “STOP!!” “STOOOPPPP!!!” and she’d say “don’t shout” and so it went. I was so relieved we only had two children to teach – my nerves never completely recovered – any more and I’d be in the asylum!

    • Laurie Stone

      Leanne, Glad to hear I wasn’t the only one having a nervous breakdown. My second son was just as bad. I’m not sure how any of us survived those years.

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