A tardy friend redeems himself, the firefly rescuer, and why driving behind massive trucks is scary

We’ve got a couple of father daughter stories in the line-up today! See “A Good Caring Dad” (the first in my Uber Eats series), and “The Frog and the Unsuspecting Firefly” (also part of a recurring series, “Passengers Speak Spanish”). #Lyft Thoughts explores the anxiety of driving behind big trucks with lots of items jostlingContinue reading “A tardy friend redeems himself, the firefly rescuer, and why driving behind massive trucks is scary”

Judging other cars, a Lyft Line reunion, and the Uber Eats burger dream

This week, a girl, her brother and their mom talk about stitches; “It’s like sewing, but you’re not doing it to a blanket—you’re doing it to your skin!” the brother exclaims, making noises that mimic a sewing machine. The girl looks fearful. The mom reassures her it will be okay. Another passenger comments on how books theseContinue reading “Judging other cars, a Lyft Line reunion, and the Uber Eats burger dream”

Guerneville Gay Bear Talks Gender Roles in Queer Relationships

*This is entry #2 in a series on LGBT passengers, put together in honor of Pride month ~~~ Exploring the city Located along the Russian River in northern California’s Sonoma County, Guerneville has a funky, free-spirited vibe that SF Gate describes as being “as much a constant as the towering redwoods that surround the town.”Continue reading “Guerneville Gay Bear Talks Gender Roles in Queer Relationships”