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This Grandma Waves to the Kids on the Bus Every Day, But One Day She Wasn’t There

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Sometimes a Simple “Hello” Can Change Somebody’s Life

The kids on bus 7 wave to the mysterious “grandma in the window” every day on their way to school — but when one day she isn’t there, they fear the worst.

Source: Facebook @Arlington Public Schools, Arlington, WA

Source: Facebook @Arlington Public Schools, Arlington, WA

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No Ordinary Schoolbus

Source: Facebook @Arlington Public Schools, Arlington, WA

Source: Facebook @Arlington Public Schools, Arlington, WA

Every morning, when the kids pile into bus number 7 in Arlington, Washington, they have quite a different experience from most kids riding the bus in America. Driver Carol Mitzelfeldt greets every single kid by name — an act of kindness that doesn’t go unnoticed.

The Grandma in the Window

Source: NBC News

Source: NBC News

“It gives me a warm feeling,” one of the students says. The kids on bus 7 have a great little community — with one unlikely member. Every afternoon, an elderly woman waves to the kids as they drive past her home — and they warmly return the greeting. They’ve come to call her “the grandma in the window,” and she’s become an important part of all of their days.

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