An old lady flipped me off yesterday. Like 80 years old old. I did kind of cut her off but not really, she was at least 3 car lengths back as I started to turn left into the parking lot as she was going straight. Both of us were going about 7 mph. I stopped and gave the, "OMG, sorry. My bad" hand and she gave me the "f-you" finger. So I waved her on to go ahead and go and she gave me the, "Ohh, nooooooo, you're obviously in such a hurry, YOU go" hand. So I did. I turned left. She kept going straight and was right behind me. We both turned into the Starbucks drive-thru. She glared at me in my rearview mirror the whole time we waited for our coffee. When I got up to the window I said, "I'd like to buy the order for the lady behind me. She flipped me off a minute ago. Please just tell her to have a Happy New Year." The guy at the window thought it was hilarious. I told the kids all that had happened and William said we should give her a knuckle sandwich (thanks, Uncle Brandon) but I explained that that is now how we handle things. Anyway, I hope that woman drove away with her tail between her legs. Regardless, it was a good lesson for the kids.
I don't want to make a habit of quoting Taylor Swift but this applies and is a good lesson to live by.