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January 20, 2013



I can echo your feeling Trina. I do now (and have for a long time, let bus's pull out as my way of giving a RAK. As annoyed as I can get with them, I think to myself "Just smile and wave Esther, just smile and wave".


Different story here in Chch! Bus drivers indicate and wait until there is a gap, and we are required to let them in. Most of us do here in Chch, and bus drivers nearly always give you a wave out their window :-)

On another note, Trina I have been meaning to let you know how much I was inspired by your altered book (posted back in November). Feel free to head over to my blog to see 2 altered books I've made thanks to you! (you may have to scroll back a bit). Thanks for the inspiration!


Pauline Parker

Like Hilary I am from Chch and have taken it upon myself to let the bus go first and also have to say (on most occasions) the big trucks that have to take rubble away from the demolitions sites. A wise lady once told me to use the red light waiting time to pray for the people in the car in front, or behind and I think that the act of kindness of giving way with a smile goes with that. Have a great day.

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