I had to do something yesterday that I haven't done in ... ten years? Drive into Massachusetts.
The last time I drove past exit one (I admit to going into Tyngsboro to visit Trader Joe's, but that's barely across the border) was when I had a friend visit who wanted to see Boston. Lest you think I drove into Boston, let me disabuse you of that notion. I drove into Andover where there is a "T" station and we took the "T" into town.
I like Boston. I completely enjoyed walking the Freedom Trail and visiting various places. I don't like driving in Boston. Not only are the people plumb crazy down there, but the highways are confusing and the traffic is bad no matter what time of day. I'd love to take DD down to visit the Museum of Science or Franklin Park Zoo, but I can't face the drive.
Yesterday, though, my SIL was dropping off her vehicle to get a moon roof put in and needed someone to drive her home. This place didn't have a key drop, so she had to go during the day, which dramatically limited the number of people who could help. She wasn't going to Boston, or I would have had to draw the line. Even so, I was terrifically stressed by the idea.
Thankfully, we made it there and back in one piece (obviously), but holy cow -- I've gotten spoiled living in small town New Hampshire. At two in the afternoon we STILL hit places with bumper-to-bumper traffic. I nearly pulled over and kissed the "Welcome to New Hampshire (Bienvenue!)" sign when crossed the border.
It's good to be home to rural-ish New Hampshire.
Do you like driving in the city?
You Are Reasonable
You have a strong sense of responsibility. You always want to do the right thing, no matter the context.
You are orderly and organized. You appreciate the stability routine brings to your life.
You are simply a good person. You have high standards you uphold, but you don't boast about your morals.
You expect a lot of yourself, but you're tolerant of others. You know that no one can be perfect.
That's actually pretty close ... maybe 90% right. Huh. All that from a color.