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Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Bron Smith

I like your unique drawing style and your soft pastel colors.


Okay, it's Wednesday. How'd he do? I hope it went well.

Barbara W. Klaser

I would think that nervousness can be translated into an indication of a responsible driver-to be. It's the kids who aren't nervous enough that I worry about.

But I feel for him. In fact I was so nervous when I started out that I chose to wait until I was eighteen. (Maybe it was seventeen, but if so it was very close to my eighteenth birthday.)

Best wishes to Ross.


My daughter will be 15 this year...and, I'm not looking forward to the day she drives (and the high insurance bills)!! But..it will be nice not having to shuffle her from place to play. Hope things go well!!


How weird--Alison has her test this upcoming Wednesday. I don't know what to hope for. I am certainly not ready to let her drive, but she is old enough. (the insurance will go through the roof!!) GOOD LUCK TO ROSS!!


I can understand Ross's nervousness, but I do admit to being a little confused.... I thought every kid in the US couldn't wait to get a license...?
Growing up in Japan, the only place we could drive as teenagers, even with a license, was on the military bases as the age limit in Japan is 18. Since I didn't live on a base, I didn't get my license until I was 23, while living in LA for a couple of years.
I doubt if this will be any help to Ross, but in Japan, there is no driver's ed at school, and it is very expensive to go to driving school...about $2500...and most kids I know are very envious of the system in the US.


Ooooh, I feel for him. It is very nerve-wracking. It was only a little over a year ago that Nate took his test and I had no idea what to expect. His driving ability up to that point was sometimes good, sometimes not so good. Luckily he had a good "tester" with a sense of humor that put Nate at ease. I remember when I took mine and I was lucky with a nice guy, too. Just barely passed! (Nate scored much higher than I did!)

If Ross passes, he'll feel so relieved and good about himself. If not, it's not the end of the world, and he'll know what to work on for the next time.

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