Tuesday, March 9, 2010

#224

Hello, everyone.

Need art? I have just the link for you. . .

Our newest one of a kind creations are being held for the moment and will be available soon in a location that will be disclosed shortly. So secretive! I don’t know if I can wait! Who are you talking to? I don’t know.

Our daughter just got bad news in the mail. Fortunately, it wasn’t from a college. It was from the DMV. She’s gotten two tickets in the last few months, one for speeding and one for running a stop sign. Since she’s still under 18, that was enough to get her license suspended for 90 days. So guess who’s really going to get punished? Jo and me. . .her new chauffeurs. She can attend traffic school and then request for the suspension to be. . .suspended? I hope traffic school is online these days, because if it’s not, it’s surely at least an hour away from our little town. And guess who will have to drive her there?

-Dylan

2 comments:

MoneySolver said...

Thanks for the email. I must tell you that after getting hit and
sustaining a life changing, career ending injury by a 17 year old who was speeding
and ran a light that this is the best thing that could ever happen to
her. She may learn to take driving seriously and be mindful of others
on the road. These tickets may save her life as well. I can't stress
the importance of kids understanding that they are in a major piece of
machinery and it can destroy life. I am dealing with it daily because
a young girl did not understand that. I hope she understands the
importance. Once again I love your art work.

Stephanie

Kipik said...

yes... in the end ...for the best. harsh at 1st sight but 18 is still so young... I'm sure she will be a great driver. and she is healthy and young. Aaaall good!