Linda G. Hill

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JusJoJan 13 – On the Buses, part deux

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Just a short jot today. One of my youngest son’s favourite past times, for reasons known only to him, is riding on the city bus. And so almost weekly we go on a rather useless trip in the car to the bus station, board a bus and for $8.40 take a return trip to the mall – a trip that if I were to drive my car would cost around 1/10th of that. But whatever. It occasionally gives me ideas for my “Second Seat on the Right” series (which you can find on my fiction blog), it amuses Alex, and once in a while I get an interesting picture.

I wrote a while back about the politeness of the people in my town and that even the graffiti is “nice.” Here’s the latest:

Much love

Much love

I swear I didn’t write (nor jot) this myself.

This post is part of Just Jot It January. Click here and add your own jottings today! https://lindaghill.com/2015/01/01/just-jot-it-january-pingback-post-and-rules/

JJJ 2015

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16 thoughts on “JusJoJan 13 – On the Buses, part deux

  1. I really like when the bus waits for me as I run to catch it. I’m always running behind!

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  2. Reblogged this on Angie Mc's Reblog Love and commented:
    “Much love
    I swear I didn’t write (nor jot) this myself.
    This post is part of Just Jot It January. Click here and add your own jottings today! https://lindaghill.com/2015/01/01/just-jot-it-january-pingback-post-and-rules/

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  3. I’ve missed you, Linda! I look forward to catching up and what a lovely post. You and your son are quite a pair, much love there ❀

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  4. I love that you do this just for Alex. He is a blessed boy with a mum like you. xxx

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  5. That is certainly not the kind of graffiti that you would see here.

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  6. I’m with your son in this πŸ™‚ I’d happily give my car away if I could go by bus to work….. Great post and wonderful Grafiti. I might have to do something about my fear of being in a plane and come to visit πŸ™‚

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  7. I love kids. And as parents we do the darnest things to keep them happy.

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  8. This post reminds me of good times with my niece. She’s nonverbal and loves the water. We’d take load of toys to the local pool and all she wanted to do was sit next to me and wave her hands back and forth under the water. I miss her. Dayton’s not that far away. I need to go visit her.

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  9. That money is an investment in connection. =) And you get the added sometimes benefits of pleasant graffiti and inspiration….seems totally worth it to me! ❀

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  10. My goodness, Linda G. Not only is the message sweet, it’s even written neatly.

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