#TellYourStory | I learned to laugh at myself when...

It's really amazing how few accidents I've been in sometimes and I make mistakes or I don't see something, I cut somebody off accidentally. And people are so mean and so rude and put so much energy into that negativity, that mistake, that error, that human error. I just don't have that kind of energy. And it makes me uncomfortable to be around. Actually, to tell you the truth, I don't really like that kind of energy

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Rocío (Ro) Christensen
@rocio · 2:25
Oh, this is a perfect example. And I don't drive, but I bike around the city. And I've definitely been in situations like that where I'm like, just like the shriekiest, most insane sounds come out and yeah, you got to laugh about it
Isoellen Writes
@Isoellen · 1:18


Thank you for chiming in. Yes, the city where I live, or used to be a very good biker city. It's not so much lately, but the whole driver biker thing, it just like, well, who owns the road? I'm like, can't we share? Like you teach our toddlers and laugh when it doesn't work out? Like, we laugh at our toddlers or have moments of grace and mercy for our human heirs. Can't we?