A Thank You For Your Service

a man driving a bus: During World War II, women took on bus operator jobs in cities nationwide, including this driver in Beaumont, Texas, in May 1943. (Corbis via Getty)


If the above is any indication as to the work these people do,

What can I say,

I have taken more buses over the past 55 years than most,

And I have logged many hours as a commercial driver,

I have ridden my bike for years,

But that pales in comparison to the work these public bus drivers do in all our city, town, and villages.

I don’t say thank you when I get off the bus that often,

And when I do, I admit it is just a social nicety.

In some situations, these people really do a good job.

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