And she knows it.
I LOVE when you said "with her IQ waving at me" LOLOL!
LOL it made me LMAO when I first read it.
We had neighbours kind of like that when I first moved in here.
Years ago, when I lived in S. FL, I was in Miami...I was still a newcomer and never liked driving in downtown Miami anyway, my son was with me....he was in a carseat so it had to be 20 years ago. I was on line for gas, my turn next and some mean looking guy cuts right in front of
I think cars give a lot of people a false sense of power.
I walk a lot.
I have had similar problems with my mom.
She has a Handicap Placard.
Deenow is right on target. I know you were frustrated, and rightly so, but staring down the other lady only reinforced the bad behavior and could possibly have escalated into a road rage incident, something you didn't need when you are trying to watch out for your mom. When I couldn't find parking when my mom was recovering from surgery I put on the blinkers right in front of the store and helped her out. No one honked or gave me dirty looks - I guess because they could see she needed help and I also made sure I wasn't blocking traffic. Then as soon as she was safely out I'd find parking and run back to her. It's alot easier than getting worked up because of someone else's stupidity. It doesn't mean I don't sometimes get upset but I try hard not to sweat the small stuff :) and figure they will get their just rewards at some point down the line.