Our fridge is properly displaying a piece of artwork that Lucy gave me yesterday. I slipped it into my backpack right away. It needed to come home with me.
There is a tree with changing leaves and some grass. Oh, and I cannot forget the green and yellow sun! I think it's funny that she drew my hair blowing in the wind. Although, my hair normally isn't that contained when I am walking kids home from school on one of those windy days.
The drawing is cute, but the second page is waaay too adorable. I can hardly handle it. I guess she was listening when I told her that my road test is tomorrow. She was excited to hear that I would be able to drive if I passed my test.
Lucy asked me to write what she said on a fresh piece of paper. This is the easiest way for a five year old to write something in their own words.
She diligently copied each letter onto her card, and she even left a finger space between each word. What a fun way to practice her writing!
I managed to take this picture of her working on it, but only if I promised that I wouldn't peek. What she was drawing had to be a surprise.
After she finished coloring, we took the stapler out. You should know that this little girl loves to staple things together. It was a small reward for a job well done!
We worked as a team picked up the markers, and she handed her drawing to me. I even was lucky enough to get a hug.
Isn't her message so sweet? I love that she added a P.S. telling me to be careful! Driving is a dangerous task.
The DMV called this morning asking me if I would like take my test an hour early. I jumped on the opportunity. Less traffic on the road? Sounds good to me!
Guess whaaat? I passed! A big thank-you goes out to everyone that prayed for me.
I only had a few points taken off for not exaggerating my scanning at intersections. The examiner also doesn't want me to angle my vehicle's lane position when I turn right. (This is how my driving school taught me) She told me that she has gotten a lot of nails in stick her tire doing it that way. Lol!
Most people skip the parallel parking part of the test, but I had weird feeling about it for a month. Somehow I knew that I wouldn't be let off the hook. I was told to parallel park behind a wide car on a hill. I tried not to panic as I proceeded through each step. She said that I parked perfectly. I guess many hours of practicing really did pay off!