School bus driver is so impressed by 2 kids, she pens a note to their parents

Words, in particular actions, are an expression of a person’s heart. So, it’s no wonder people judge the content of a person’s character accordingly.

Cindy Clausen is a school bus driver, and she has come across all sorts of different kids. There are, however, two children who impressed her so much that she had to write a letter to their parents, which she published on Love What Matters.

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تم النشر بواسطة ‏‎Cindy Clausen‎‏ في السبت، ٩ ديسمبر ٢٠١٧

“I am compelled to write to tell you how beautiful your children are, inside and out!” writes Cindy. “This can only come from the home, your patience and guidance, the examples that you set and teach.”

You see, it all started when Cindy started noticing a boy called Jackson hop onto her bus.

Jackson has a disability that makes it challenging for him to walk.

“It takes a bit for him to get to his seat.”

Moreover, sometimes Jackson looks a little downhearted.

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Yet, there were oftentimes two siblings, Annaliese and Jorge, who catch Cindy’s #50 bus as well.

Annaliese and Jorge have the habit of looking out for Jackson. They encourage him to sit with them on the bus, which has made his bus trips all the more enjoyable.

“As soon as he sees Annaliese and Jorge he smiles,” writes Cindy.

“Both of your children have shown him so much compassion and support. Every day your children ask if they can sit with Jackson.”

There is hope for America. #LoveWhatMattersA Love What Matters Original StorySubmitted by Cindy Clausen

تم النشر بواسطة ‏‎Love What Matters‎‏ في الأحد، ١٣ نوفمبر ٢٠١٦

Cindy is sure that the siblings’ parents know how charming their children are, but felt compelled to tell them herself.

Family education and the home environment are most influential on a child’s development, which is why a child’s behavior is oftentimes regarded as a reflection of their parents.


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