Dear Legit. Congratulations. They say driving is a privilege. Ha! THEY all DRIVE! The "privileged"!Driving (don't know where you are, of course) can be a great teacher of humility, patience, tolerance. I even use a stop light to meditate...I ride a BIG scooter, 650cc and it is where I am ALWAYS sure to find peace in my head. Soooo, I'm usually going to or from a meeting, ya know!Anyway, what a thrill to drive, with the license in your pocket (and insurance?) -grin! You can now give rides to OTHERS instead of...you know.Thanks for sharing that bit of news, keep doing that here if you have the time--even if you don't!
That is one of the top things I love about sobriety. I am no longer afraid, afraid to drive and have a policeman see me. I can pass a policeman and not have to shudder and hide my beer and continually check my rearview mirror. Sobriety has freed me from so many things and it just gets better. Congrats. Julia