It's more confusing than I had figured, driving to work again. Riding the bus for so long, I have the route the bus takes and the route my wife takes memorized. I really don't know how to get to much else around town, since I hadn't driven much in this city. At work I had to get a parking permit and then figure out where to park and when the shuttles run. Felt kind of weird figuring out the parking thing, when I wasn't a new employee. All said, it has gone very smoothly. It's a great feeling to not be dependent on others for my transportation needs. Driving home gets me home about half an hour sooner (because the bus is slower and then I had about a half-mile walk), which is nice. It means more time with my family.
Clip Holverson Jr. began having seizures at the age of 30, and was diagnosed with epilepsy. Follow this blog to read his story.