― Sarah Dessen
Sitting, waiting, wondering. “Where are we?” often comes to mind. Not knowing where we are or when we will be there. Watching trees out my window passing at 60 mph, giving me a headache. Car rides. Everyday humans get into cars and drive from place to place, not really thinking a whole lot about it.
As Americans we use cars to get from point A to point B. Some people will only see cars as that. Cars don't only serve as a tool, but they can also be a place where you could do productive things. I know I have been in cars for many hours of my life. I have used car rides for more than just getting places. Car rides have served for me as a place where I can do homework, watch movies, play games, read books, pray, think about my future, listen to music, and many other activities.
What I was trying to get across in this blog is don’t look at car rides as a waste of time or useless. Although, at times car rides might seem shilly-shally, I challenge you to think of the countless possibilities and ideas you could come up during a car ride. I challenge you to rethink car ride! Instead of just sitting there bored, you could possibly use them to accomplish something useful.