When they got to the bus stop, the kids all lined up in a straight line. They stood in that line for about ten minutes. Just standing there. Being good. Kids who came first got in the front of the line. Kids who came last got in the end of the line. It was truly amazing. When the bus got there and opened its door, the children filed forward one at a time and boarded the bus. No pushing, no shoving, no kicking, no throwing elbows, no biting heinies.
The reason I say this was amazing, I guess, is because I have limited personal experience with riding a school bus. The only time I ever rode the bus was to high school. The bus came at 6:25 in the a.m. so we were all so fetching tired; but who can catch Zzzzzs on a bus, right? And also, when I think of riding the bus I think of Miss Crabtree, the bus driver on Southpark.
SHUT UP KIDS!