She was known to the children in Bus 7 simply as ‘Grandma in the window’. Their connection was forged by the daily waves they exchanged as their bus crossed her home. A connection so deep that when the 93-yr-old missed her waving ‘vigil’ the children demanded the bus driver stop. It turned out that their dear friend had suffered a debilitating stroke. While she convalesced at a local care facility, the children wanted to make sure she knew they were still there and waiting to welcome her home…Read on for the heartwarming story of what happened next.
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