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I'm down in MA today at a soccer tournament being played on 38 fields in about ten different towns. Finding all these parks and schools isn't always easy. The GPS is a real help for team parents. A few people who have them have still had trouble though. They see the written directions and try to half follow those and half use the GPS. It doesn't work that way at all.
To change from using maps and directions to using a GPS requires a conversion of faith a bit like a religious conversion. You must stop second guessing. You must stop trying to understand the reasons for everything. You must just turn yourself and your directions over entirely to the powerful force in the sky. She speaks through your GPS device and gives you all the directions you need. Just put your faith in the voice from the sky, and take each moment -- each turn -- as it comes. The less direct thinking about it you do, the better it works. Just like religion.
May Garmin look out for you and always see you home safely.
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anyone else's half-assed directions. No more "go down here a ways and turn
left where the gas station used to be." I call a store, and ask them their
street address. Half the time, they assume I am asking them for directions, so
they say, "where are you coming from?" and I ask them, "will that change the
address of your store?"
Then you discover they don't actually know the street address of the store in
which they work.