Letting Go, Part Deux

Monday, July 28, 2008
I just returned from the Notary Public, where I had my signature verified on a speeding ticket received during a certain road trip.

Ahem.

I think that's all I'll say about that, other than to comment that I will be paying 0% of the fine and insurance increase.

9 comments:

Anne C. said...

The Teen Years: Age of Consequences.

Better now than later.

The Mechanicky Gal said...

Welcome to Big People's Land, Smart Boy!

The Mechanicky Gal said...

And how embarrasing to have you shenanigans posted for all the world to see!
Sucks!

The Mechanicky Gal said...

And how embarrasSing? embarrasing? to not be able to spell emb embara embarrra THAT word! Good thing I odn't embarrrassss that easily!

Janiece Murphy said...

Amy, I keep the real shenanigans out of the presses for the very reason you give.

This is just standard teen-age stuff that most kids have to go through. As Anne says, the "Age of Consequences."

It sucks, but what are you going to do?

kimby said...

I am so not looking forward to THAT part of Munch's growing up.

Tania said...

As an ex-teenager who managed to get only one speeding ticket during her teenage years (and went to court to get it reduced) - how bad?

Was he traveling with traffic or just being a kid and having fun and got his ass nailed for it?

Janiece Murphy said...

Tania it was bad enough, and was completely and utterly his fault.

He won't lose his license, but only because the officer that stopped him chose to give him a break.

Jeri said...

Ouch! I guess I should be thankful that my teens aren't driving yet - except for the errand running.

Driver's ed for the youngest is this fall though. :P