Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Today as I was approaching my last turn on the way home, as I started to move into the turn lane, a car whizzed by me nearly hitting me. I caught up to it at the next light (shows how much good nearly killing me actually did) and told the driver that she had almost hit me. I was yelling at first (you would be too if your life had just been threatened), so you know what I expected to hear back. Instead, the woman calmly told me that she was sorry and that she hadn't known I was going to move as she tried to pass me (never mind the fact that I signaled my turn and that she was left of center since I moved as soon as the left turn lane opened up). Then I told her that there's a yellow line there for a reason and thanked her. Why can't all motorists be like that?