15 Minutes

22 Jun

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to finally, FINALLY learn how to drive stick shift. And I was taught by a Pulitzer Prize winning writer, no less.

It was an adventure, to say the least, one I will write about in more depth soon, but for now, you can check out what Gene wrote for his column in the Washington Post magazine (and, I guess, for all the other Sunday magazines and papers where his column appears as well.)

Enjoy. And if you ever find yourself in labor and only a stick shift car in your midst, well, now you know who to call.


One Response to “15 Minutes”

  1. uncle mark June 23, 2009 at 7:12 AM #

    Hi Molly, Your Uncle Kevin and I, learned how to drive a stick(H on the column)by “borrowing” your mom’s(my sister)car,usually late at night.The car,1961 Ford Falcon,had the unique feature of a removable ignition , which she did, thus ending our drivers ed.This is circa 1967,yes , do the math, 7th grade and freshman. hehehehehe….

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