I was taking my son home from some minor surgery just last week. Driving down the road, I noticed a car honking furiously at me as I passed. At the next stop light, I opened my window to talk with the other driver, thinking my trunk must be open or I had a flat tire.
Much to my surprise, the other driver began to angrily berate me about speeding in a school zone. I had been oblivious and was embarrassed – my first reaction was to apologize to the other driver, admit my lack of awareness, and thank him for calling my attention to it.
But I never got the opportunity. Continue reading