Observations On a Late Night Drive

-Being inside your car is like being in your own separate world. It's a small, temporary, transitional space. It's even more intimate that someone's home. In a car you go to work, school, date nights, and home. You use it to escape, to come back, to leave and to return. It is how we get … Continue reading Observations On a Late Night Drive

Mountain Road

Writing Challenge: May 2, 2018 Prompt: Write about a time you were frightened. I’m scared of driving in unfamiliar places. I anxiously clutch the steering wheel in fear that I will someone else will swerve into me, or that I will lose control. Usually, I have less fear when I am alone on a road, … Continue reading Mountain Road

Driving Anxiety

Writing Challenge: January 26 Prompt:  What scares you a little? What do you feel when scared? How do you react? My shoulders are tense and my hands are wrapped suffocating around the wheel. I sit almost over hunched over the dash, my jaw locked in concentration. I distrust the other drivers, my sense of direction, … Continue reading Driving Anxiety