I'm finding it hard to forget about a silly driving mistake I made earlier this morning. Will you indulge me in posting here so that I can get it out of my system? Helpful and consoling comments very welcome. My driving is usually pretty smooth nowadays, nearly a year after passing my test. I am a safe and considerate driver. I occasionally make minor mistakes, but not often. Today at a junction as I was turning right onto a main road, I underestimated the curve of the kerb and went right up onto it with both right wheels for a couple of yards. It was a grassed verge-roundabout sort of area, so not a pavement or anything risky to pedestrians. I was going slowly in a low enough gear and kept fairly good steering, despite a solid bump up and back down onto the road. Checked my tyres and steering afterwards; seem fine as far as I can feel. Scared myself poopless and feeling very disheartened about it. Embarassed about who saw it and what they might be saying to themselves about silly women drivers.