Texting and driving. Don't just don't do it. It is never a good idea for obvious reasons. So now that we've got that out of the way, what are the alternatives? Do you have one of those apps that informs friends and family, if they message you that you are driving and cannot text at that time? I've received those automatic messages before. Genius app by the way.
Do you ever question yourself while driving? For instance, you missed your turn and are looking for a spot to bust a quick U and turn back around. Now you're back on the right path but you think to yourself, 'omg is that illegal what I just did?' You're just praying a cop is not in the area because you are so busted!
So I recently spoke to a friend who was visiting from another state. Her family moved here last year and she was finally able to come visit their new home state. I filled her in on the places in MIdland/Odessa that she should not leave without checking out. Not to mention the cities in Texas that are a must while she's here. But aside from all of that she had one very important question she wanted
Ok this isn't good. I have to say in the last two weeks I have seen 2 accidents where clearly the driver was distracted.....by TEXTING. On 42nd street earlier this week, there was a person beside me who I saw texting and driving and before my very eyes slammed into the back of a vehicle, which caused a chain reaction. It was that moment that you know something bad is about to happen, yet you can't
Shout out to all my carsick brothers and sistas, where ya at? OMG 'carsickness' is a real thing and I'm not going to beat around the bush, it sucks! Mine began when I was so young, like a toddler and I remember long road trips were horrible for me. My poor momma just got used to riding in the backseat while I rode shotgun fast asleep...