Tuesday Morning was gray and it was raining heavily so I took Tony to school by taxi. We both sat in the back seat for the trip. I had to give the driver directions to get to the school so I did a lot of you (右） and zuo （左） gai, once I remembered that "wang" did not mean "left" but "turn".
When we arrived at school, it was raining particularly heavy so I had the awkward task of taking Tony and the umbrella from out of the Taxi to the school entrance. After having made sure that the driver would wait for us, I took Tony in my arms, and got out of the taxi. I saw that I couldn't easily open the umbrella. So, I kept Tony in my arms, letting him hold onto to the unopened umbrella, and I ran to the school entrance where I quickly deposited him in the arms of the school greeting staff -- we didn't get that wet thankfully, Tony and I.
I returned to the Taxi, immediately, not saying anything to the workers at the gate. Back at the Taxi, I took the front seat, and the driver said something about the back ("hou mian" （后面）). I turned around and saw that I had left the backdoor ajar and that the rain had made the whole door wet.