Turtle Crossing

Mondays through Thursdays we travel by bus from the Brickett School in Lynn to North Shore Community Baptist Church in Beverly Farms with over 30 students and 10 interns for The #REALSTREAM summer 2018. The bus stops at the train tracks near Prides Crossing Confections for the obligatory look down the train tracks that bus drivers must do. The children asked why does the driver do this. My response is simple: "The invisible guy gets off the bus at this stop because he loves the chocolate turtles at Prides Crossing Confections." They ask me how do I know this. I tell then that I see the guy and that the magic of seeing him is revealed to only those with college degrees. That invisible guy has good taste.

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