A Word a Week Challenge: Yellow

On her blog A Word in Your Ear, Sue Llewellyn has posted her word for this week’s A Word a Week Challenge: YELLOW.  My photo for the challenge is one of those take-for-granted vehicles you see almost every day — a big yellow school bus.  However, we’re not seeing ’em roll this week:  School’s been called off for three days (and maybe more) for snow, ice, and record cold temps.

So, here’s to you, yellow schoolbuses.  You transport our most beloved commodity — our children — and you help us get ’em to where they need to be to get educated.  There’s nothing about that action that we need to take for granted!

Yellow School Bus

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6 thoughts on “A Word a Week Challenge: Yellow

  1. henrymowry

    I was once leading a group of Serbian sight-seers through downtown Los Angeles, when one of them ran towards a school bus, crying “Bart Simpson School Bus! Bart Simpson School Bus!” He had never seen such a thing before, except on television. You never know how American culture is perceived when it’s delivered around the world!

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  3. FreeRangeCow

    You know, Rusha, school buses always make me happy (even though I loathed them as a kid). You captured the thing I love the most about them…”the potential.”

    1. Rusha Sams

      Thanks for the feedback. I love any schoolbus since they represent education — and I’ve been a teacher, principal, mom, etc!!! Thanks for reading!

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