I’m serious. Really tired now.
These days I’m spending my learning hours at driving school. I have stayed there for four days. 9:00 am ~ 12:00 am and 2:00 pm ~ 5:00 pm each day. It seems I’m busy learning how to drive a car. Maybe. Actually not. I’m not busy every minute there. Most of the time, I’m just waiting in a queue. Many students there, but few vehicles. If you want to drive for five minutes, you will need to wait more than sixty minutes. You can’t imagine how bad the situation is.
So I’m telling you that, although I have spent four days there, I got little. I’m still a rookie. I don’t know how many minutes when I was in the vehicle. It must be very short. Because every day I could just exercised for four times. Less than five minutes each time. I’m still trying to feel it. I haven’t got the right feeling.
But I have been tired. And a little sleepy. I have felt not good on my shoulder and arms. Controlling the vehicle and turning the steering wheel are very tiring and arduous. The vehicle we are driving is a nearly outdated worn-out jeep. It’s hard to drive it. I’m standing it.
Learning driving at driving school is fresh to me. But not interesting. Long time waiting for queuing up is terrible and very lack of efficiency. It’s pity that no one would change this bad situation. Maybe the director of the driving school cares about the profit, not the efficiency. How to help the students learn driving better is not his concern.
I’m worried now. I mean to take the examination in this late month. There are not many days left. It seems impossible to finish the lesson and pass the examination in such a short period. But I have to do it. If I can’t finish it this time, I won’t have enough time to finish it since. I’m nervous.
I heard of a piece of bad news that tomorrow there will be more people and fewer vehicles there. I’m considering that whether I should go. Who can help me?