We hand you these
But please be careful
Crazy drivers out there
And we care about you
Use the signal to turn
Our concern is immense
Lane changing may be obscure
Be secure in your senses
When in reverse, check your mirror
Don’t let fear cloud your vision
In rainy weather, slow down
Clowning around isn’t clever
Safety is vital
in this new endeavor
The car is yours tonight
Lauren Scott © 2011
8 thoughts on “New Trust”
How I can relate. Thank God my son now owns his car and is no longer on my insurance because he recently got married. Perhaps I can now finally climb out of the parent’s debt black hole!
Good for you, Sandra! I’m not quite “there” yet! We’re still funding the way, but, it’s part of the parenting path and we love it. However, looking forward to the phase your son is in, too! Thanks for visiting! 🙂
I’m thankful I can’t relate. If I had kids, karma would kick in and give me a whooping considering what kind of kid I was 🙂
Too funny! I can just imagine! 🙂
Been there done that 3x’s and let me tell you it didn’t get easier…as a matter of fact, it became the hardest with my daughter, who is my youngest and just recently too!!
Oh, no…well, one down, one to go! I will admit, this phase has been the toughest so far and only ‘cuz I’m a worrier about the other drivers on the road! Letting go (sigh)!
I too can relate.
I kept the candles burning when children came back with the car intact past curfew.
I got the phone call when 2 sons had crashed my van, but not to worry ‘it wasn’t our fault mom!’
My husband and I always tell each other during these trying times, duck and cover.
Love your blog.
Thanks so much and I love your “duck and cover” advice! 🙂