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Waving at the Bus

Maybe it’s because I’m exhausted.  I dunno.  But THIS GUY and his BLOG are making me laugh so hard.  This is a man from Utah who dressed up in a different costume every school day for 170 days to wave at the bus carrying his high-school-aged son to school.  Embarrassing?  Yes.  Hilarious?  Yes.  Take a look at the blog HERE and read the newspaper story/see the video HERE.

Have a good weekend, everyone!


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