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MazuChenga in Netherlands is doing 28 things including…

get my driver's license

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MazuChenga has written 7 entries about this goal

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I did it! Yay:)



Exam

Today I had my exam; I failed. I was so nervous I felt sick all the way to the exam. At the exam itself I had to turn it into postive energy. I succeeded with that somehow. I drove really well – It felt good. I failed because I should have looked more behind me before turning a corner. I was a case of doubt, I really almost passed. I became much more secure of it – because I truly know I can drive now, even though I failed.

Hopefully I will drive like this with my next exam and then with looking more behind me when turning a corner

(please forgive me for the Dutchness in this entry, I have a headache)



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Things are going slightly better.. but not enough.
It will pose a problem because my university will start soon and then I’ll move to campus again and won’t be able to do my practical exam. I need to get that license!



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Okay.. For some reason, driving seems not to be made for me.
Maybe my mind is too chaotic and filled with dreams and thoughts and things. I do not seem to get control over the car – I don’t do things automatically while I ought to do so..
I have troubles with a lot of things, but crossroads in general. Too much thinking about what I should do instead of doing it, too much doubts about whether or not to go or to stop – etc.
I’m hopeless.. But determined. Though I’m starting to hate it.

It’s going to be a long road to my driver’s licence…

At least I passed my theoretical exam.



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Okay.. I could have known it. I don’t seem to learn anything at all. I am such an idiot when it comes to driving!



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Today I sucked. First I forgot to put my safety-belt and the lights on, then I let the engine fall out for about 4 times. (in 1 hour). Maybe because it was dark and I nervous because of a big crossroad or whatever.. Blah. I feel stupid.

Yesterday was better…



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I’m not really the kind of person who goes driving for fun – I mean… why not go with public transport when it’s as easy (or easier, safer(or that’s at least what I assume) and better for the environment. However, my parents want me to be more independent, especially since they know I’m planning to go abroad again. So here I am, taking driving lessons each day for the rest of my winter break (6 weeks) and hopefully I will have a driver’s licence by then.

And today I had my first lesson – and I drove around without making any accidents :) (Woohoo – I really didn’t let the engine/car fall out – how do you say that in English?) – And I really did all the crossroads and roundabouts. But I still need to do a lot (of course) and I don’t feel like explaining it in English because I suck at that. And I have my theoretical exam this Thursday.



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