This was my view from the back seat of an Uber car recently and to me, that view was just fine.
We were stuck on Interstate 635 in Dallas, a highway I lovingly refer to as “the death trap”, at traffic time. We couldn’t move. We needed to get all the way over to the right to exit, but we were stuck in the HOV lane on the left. You’d think it would have been stressful and frustrating.
But not that day.
That day I was with two girlfriends and we were headed to meet more girlfriends! Our kids were well taken care of, and this traffic? It was giving us time to catch up. We brought each other up to speed on everything we’d missed. We listened, we ranted, we laughed. . . and then we laughed some more.
We were already running very late when the driver let us know he was …