Do you have a car?
Can you drive it freely?
If yes, you are lucky because not all of us can do that easily. Allow me to explain.
Firstly, I have learned how to drive by myself and with little help from my brother. My father did not teach me however, he taught my two brothers.
My husband also was getting suddenly sleepy when I ask him to educate me.
Even my son, when he is with me in the car, he refuses to let me drive. He thinks that it is not appropriate that a lady drive when there is a man sitting beside her, “but sweety, you are not even a man yet, you are a teenager!” I wondered. The virus is spreading and I can do nothing to stop it.
Neither my mother nor any of my sisters can drive, it seems like a huge achievement that men want to keep its secret just to persuade themselves that they are unique and different than women
How can women be good drivers if men refuse to see them behind the wheels?
I am a woman who has a car and wants to go to work, home or shopping in peace. But, unfortunately, men have another opinion about that, they keep bothering me during driving in all possible ways.
If I want to write all the stories when I have been annoyed while driving, I may write books.
For example, yesterday evening I was going to pick my son from the gym, the road was very dark no lights at all. I needed to turn right so, I slowed my speed, flashed right, and was just turning when I heard someone shouting” HOOPA”.
I got frightened because I thought I hit someone. I was almost hit the sidewalk, but thanks GOD I got control back.
I stopped the car, got out, and looked around. No one was there, and the road was completely empty. I was getting more and more scared. “Is it a ghost?”.”Is it my imagination?”I asked myself. Or it may be someone trying to scare or even rob me!
I spent about thirty seconds praying to GOD to protect and save me.
So, I decided to shout loudly cursing “who are you animal?”. ” what do you want?”
Finally, I found a man laughing coming from the dark with the silliest smile I have ever seen.
“I was kidding with you, why are you so scared?” he ridiculously said.
At that moment I jumped back into my car and answered him” nothing funny in that, I think I hit someone, and I almost crash my car into the sidewalk.”
He advised me that I should stay at home because the kitchen is my right place and cooking is more than enough for me. Driving is for men only.
Actually, he gave me a precious lesson, next time I will
HIT AND RUN.
IF YOU ENJOYED MY DRIVING STORY, JUST TELL ME AND WE CAN MAKE A SERIES.