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THE Most Difficult Subject to Teach

We just finished a decade of homeschooling, which included first through twelfth grade. And I have come to the conclusion that THE most difficult subject I have had to “teach” over the last ten years has been Driver’s Ed!

You might think it would get easier with time. I mean, I survived Kat’s learning to drive. So it should be easier the second time around with David, right?. NOT! Yesterday David drove to Birmingham and back, his first real experience in big city driving and also his first time driving a long stretch of interstate. The drive home wasn’t too bad … the drive down as not too good!

Partly the problem is that I just do not like riding with any other driver. And partly it’s that I greatly value my life! I wrote about this experience a few years back when Kat was learning to drive.

Trust and Learning to Drive

Surely I can find someone else to ride with Charles when he gets his learner’s permit?

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