Misty Poems and Bus Drivers

Posted Friday, September 13, 2019, at 3:01 PM
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  • What does the law say about pulling over and snapping it from your seat, with the car in park? Just wondering. (Still dodging folks using their phones)

    I wonder how many bus drivers and riders look at the job they do in the same light? My driver was Mr. Sutton (guess he had a first name, but I never knew it):-) Stern looking man who ran a tight "ship" but he went out of his way numerous times to help kids get on the bus or be safe.

    One day in Kindergarten I decided to leave and walk home (only 6 miles and no snow). My sister left school to walk with me, but Mr. Sutton stopped to see if I changed my mind and then accepted my decision (sister's presence helped). Can bus drivers stop at unauthorized places nowadays?

    I wish we could keep the "smiles of confidence" all the way through to graduation. Boy this world sure has a way to dull the fire.

    -- Posted by stevemills on Mon, Sep 16, 2019, at 8:59 AM
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