TRIC KEAR­NEY

Irish Examiner - Feelgood - - Parenting -

me is freak­ing me out.

Be­ware my car may roll back­wards when stopped on a hill.

A green light may not ac­tu­ally mean I move, but I am try­ing.

If I’m ahead of you at a round­about you may be late for your ap­point­ment.

If you beep me I as­sure you I will conk out at least three times.

If you are a pedes­trian cross­ing the road, good luck.

If you are a cy­clist please do not be freaked out by my driv­ing for miles be­hind you, fol­lowed by an­other hun­dred cars trav­el­ling be­hind me.

If we meet in a car park my apolo­gies — I need at least two park­ing spa­ces.

Or per­haps a small bumper sticker would suf­fice?

‘Be kind. The real driver is sweat­ing in the pas­sen­ger seat.’

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