Oops. Yes, that is how I would like to start this little post. My poor children have seen and heard too much.
Where to start, where to start?
DJ is now the proud owner of a driver license. And we didn't have to bribe anyone!(In Illinois it's possible to pay for a license just so you know! It doesn't always work out for those involved but it is common here. ;p) He passed with flying colors.
I don't pray in public very often but when the man took him out to test him, I have to admit I prayed. I wasn't praying that DJ would pass, I prayed that they would live. DJ scares me and I don't care if the state of Illinois thinks that he is good enough to be on his own in a vehicle, he will get small doses of freedom. Trust me, it is best for the public that I do this.
I drove us home(again I still don't trust the boy to drive me) but before we left the parking lot, I sent a mass text to everyone that he had his drivers license.
Whenever I drive, I always have the passenger read my texts to me and respond. Feel free to groan and say, oh shit. My texts are normally at a PG rating so I never worry about what my friends say or who reads them.
First to respond via text was Den. He had no idea that DJ would be reading OUT-LOUD what he sent. Den's exact text was, "I don't fucking believe it! It's got to be some sort of joke the DMV is playing on us. No one in their right mind would ever give him a license to drive a car."
Next was from Den's best friend, Steve. He is also the hubs of my BFF. He said, "Tell him congrats................Holy Mother of God what have you let him do..............:"
Hmmmmm, maybe I shouldn't let people read my text messages.
I told Anna what happened and she laughed. Then she told me an even worse story about reading someone else's text messages to them. Her roommate was helping her mother get ready for a party they were hosting. While her mom was getting ready, the mom asked her daughter to read her text messages to her. The mother's BFF texted and said that she was going to be late to the party because she was "getting a quicky."
Would you let me read your texts,