See this boy? He just got his permit and now his father and I are passengers in our own car. For at least six months there will be no more relaxing drives with casual conversation. It will be conversation like this, "Slow down, now speed up, check your blind spot, watch out, pedestrians have the right away, listen and don't argue, I don't care what your teacher said, we have been driving longer than you, quit fiddling with the radio, adjust your mirrors before you drive, the other car has the right away, use your mirrors, did you see that car, use your brake, etc. etc. etc. I wonder why Alex keeps saying that he can't wait to get his license and not have to drive with us? Could it be we make him nervous, too?
Married to my high school sweetheart for 38 years and have 11 children, 7 sons, 4 daughters. The oldest is 36 and the youngest is 16. Four of our children still live at home. We have been blessed with 20 grandchildren, 10 grandsons and 10 granddaughters. I have homeschooled for many years, loved doing it. All my children know and love the Lord which has made it all worthwhile.