Driving Home The Kindness, Part 13

, , | Working | May 11, 2017

I am taking the bus home from work one night and am the last passenger of the night. I am going to get off the bus and walk home like I normally do. It is a long walk home from that particular bus stop.

The bus driver asks me if I am walking into the next town over, which I am. He tells me to get back on the bus and drives me to the next town as it is on his way back to where they keep the public transit buses overnight. He does not even charge me extra for the ride, even though he could have.

Normally I would not accept rides like that, but this bus driver was looking out for me as I am a female and I was going to be walking home by myself. I wish more public transit bus drivers were like that. It really restored my faith in humanity.

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