Jill got her drivers license!
That night we went out to Robinson’s Ale House in Red Bank to celebrate. MJ and Thea were able to join us. We all piled into either Jill’s car or MJ’s. It was weird that neither Cathy or I was driving.
We bought a VW Passat for Jill to drive on a regular basis. All of our cars are on the larger size, a Nissan Pathfinder and a Chevy Silverado, and it was not fair for her to have to learn on the bigger cars. But she did it.
While we were at the restaurant, Jill asked if she could drive home alone. It would be the first time she as in a car all by herself with no one overseeing. Cathy looked at me with her “Oh my….??” look. Before Cathy could object, I said yes.
Jill was giddy with excitement and left the restaurant ahead of us.
As we were walking down the street, I looked up to see the Passat coming up the street. I pointed to the car and said to everyone “Here comes Jill”. We stood there in silence as we watched her drive off, heading home. MJ turned to me and said “That has to be the most terrifying site”. I said to him, “Not really, the most terrifying site was watching you drive off for the first time. Second time around is not so bad.” MJ clearly did not see the humor in that statement.