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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About Oh, the Places We See

Met at University of Tennessee, been married for 47 years, and still passionate about travel whether we're volunteering with Habitat Global Village, combining work at Discovery with pleasure, or just seeing the world. Hope you'll join us as we try to see it all while we can!
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6 Responses to A Word a Week Challenge: Yellow

  1. henrymowry says:

    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 says:

    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.”

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