Here’s this week’s “Ask The Morning After”:
I was driving along Route 47 one evening behind a slow moving car that was doing about 35 mph. I was in a hurry and was in a lengthy no-passing zone. The longer I had to follow this slow poke, the more aggravated I became. I admit, I was tailgating, and eventually flashed my high beams in my frustration. Finally, the driver ahead of me turned on their right turn signal & slowed down even more, as they prepared to turn off the road. As I sped up to finally pass this old lady driver, I gave a long blast of my horn and a one-finger salute. She turned her head to look at me, somewhat startled, and I realized I knew the driver! I recognized her as one of the older ladies in my church congregation, who actually taught me in Sunday School when I was little. I felt terrible about my actions. What should I do when I see her in church on Sunday? I’m hoping that she did not recognize me, but I can’t be sure. I don’t want to apologize if she doesn’t know I’m the guy who nearly ran her off the road.
Road Rage Ron,
*Oh boy… what is your advice for Ron?