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#321 Judy – The School Bus Driver – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17, 2011

Designer Linda K Kahle wrote: “ I would like to dedicate this School Bus Dishcloth to the person who gave me the LOVE of driving a School Bus. Her name is Judy Lister and she lives in Topeka Kansas. Judy had been a very good friend for years. And of course she was a School Bus driver for the Seaman School Dist #345 and had been a driver for years. I lost my job with AT&T (they closed a lot of stores). Judy said one day, Hey, come be a School Bus Driver. When I stopped laughing – a lot – she took me to talk to her boss. And the next thing I knew, I was a School Bus Driver. And that was over 27 years ago. And I can… still say today… that this has been the BEST JOB I have ever had. When I came to Tucson, I had to go through an interview. One of the safety people asked me: Why do you want to be a School Bus Driver? Well I’ve been one for about 16 years but I do have an answer to that question. I look him in the eye and said: I was born to be a School Bus Driver – it’s in my blood and it’s the Best Job ever. He just shook his head and laughed. I have always said from the first day, it’s all about the Kids. We the Bus Driver/Monitors are the first person they see in the mornings and the last one they see going home at the end of the school day. Our #1 job is the safety of our Students. In my eyes, you can’t have a Better Job anywhere when you’re working with Kids. They are OUR FUTURE.

Thank you Linda for joining the Dishcloth-A-Day Challenge!

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The School Bus Crochet Dishcloth is now available in the Black, White, Red & Yellow Dishcloth Set.

This pattern is now available in the new book from Annie’s Attic ‘A Year of Dishcloths’. Click here to order your copy of this book today: http://www.maggiescrochet.com/products/a-year-of-dishcloths

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Maggie

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Comments (4)

  • Carol Showers 9 years ago Reply

    That is a heart warming story and I love your dishcloth. My nephew Jake is 5 and very disappointed that he doesn’t get to ride the school bus until next year. I definetly will have to make him one. I love the look on his face when he says, ‘Is that for me, TeTe!!!’ Thanks for this wonderful design and your caring attitude for children.

  • Janet 9 years ago Reply

    Thanks for sharing the school bus. My grandchildren will love to give this gift to their school bus drivers.
    Thanks!

  • Dana Medford 9 years ago Reply

    I love this pattern. I drove a school bus for awhile and made school bus scarves that we a big hit. I can’t wait to get several of these made up for all my friends who still drive and love and enjoy their job as much as I did.

  • DEBBIE 8 years ago Reply

    This dishcloth is absolutely adorable. What a perfect gift for the person with everything.

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