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Patricia Lay-Dorsey (@patricialaydorsey) /patricialaydorsey
This is what a good neighbor looks like! Andy @alfrahm just finished cutting back our bushes so we can see cars coming down the lane when we back out of our garage. It’s been a blind spot for a long time but now that I’m learning to drive with hand controls, I don’t need to add any problems with visibility. Besides, tomorrow (Thursday) Cindi, my driving rehabilitation instructor, is coming here to give me a training session. Eddie usually drives us to her office 20 miles away, but we’re fortunate that Cindi has an eye doctor’s appointment not far from our house so she’s coming here instead. I figure it’s a perfect opportunity to practice backing out of our garage. There are so many challenging driving situations that one does not normally notice. Now that I’m basically learning how to drive all over again, I see lots of special challenges! For instance, I already find myself identifying streets in my community as either “fat“ or “skinny.“ I think you can guess which ones I avoid. And it’s easier for me to make left turns than right, so that often determines which route I take when I begin to get tired on a practice run. All these little tricks! @jln77 @ddossin @motria26This is what a good neighbor looks like! Andy @alfrahm just finished cutting back our bushes so we can see cars coming down the lane when we back out of our garage. 
It’s been a blind spot for a long time but now that I’m learning to drive with hand controls, I don’t need to add any problems with visibility. Besides, tomorrow (Thursday) Cindi, my driving rehabilitation instructor, is coming here to give me a training session. Eddie usually drives us to her office 20 miles away, but we’re fortunate that Cindi has an eye doctor’s appointment not far from our house so she’s coming here instead. I figure it’s a perfect opportunity to practice backing out of our garage. 
There are so many challenging driving situations that one does not normally notice. Now that I’m basically learning how to drive all over again, I see lots of special challenges! For instance, I already find myself identifying streets in my community as either “fat“ or “skinny.“ I think you can guess which ones I avoid. And it’s easier for me to make left turns than right, so that often determines which route I take when I begin to get tired on a practice run. All these little tricks! @jln77 @ddossin @motria26source: https://www.instagram.com/patricialaydorsey

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