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Erwin Calverley

Less ranting and more driving is my only tip for you. My aging gramps lived in a time when bicycles were faster than automobiles. So whenever we bring him along for a ride (btw, he calls the car a carriage or coach), we can't go faster on the freeway. Well, such is the price of having an aged family member in the passenger seat, and we're perfectly fine with that.

Angela Wheelock

Hi Erwin,
I'm not sure what you mean about less ranting and more driving. Driving is great, as long as it is safe. Sometimes my dad is a great driver and sometimes he isn't. If God wanted us to drive all our lives, maybe we would have been born with wheels. The problem isn't my dad in the passenger's seat. The problem is my dad in the driver's seat: sometimes.


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