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May 23, 2011

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Loren @ The Baking Sheet

What a clever idea! Love it!!

Lindy

These are adorable!!!!!

Laura @ Our House Of Joyful Noise

Very cute, and soooo thoughtful!! Bus driver's don't get enough credit, and they have such an important job, to keep our children safe on the way to school and home again. Thank you for linking it up at my party! I hope you join us every Tuesday! Maybe you'll get featured! :D I don't see my tag here. Did you grab it? :( By the way, I LOVE your header. I'm a Catholic mom too! And feeling like I am fakin' it more than makin' it, these past few days! lol

The Princess and the Tot

VERY sweet! I am sure their bus drivers are/were incredibly humbled and touched by these precious gifts. I'm sure they are very under-appreciated and this is a fine way of making them feel special!

Heather

What a cute idea! I love the hand made card (no pun intended!)

Thanks for linking up with Fun for Kids Friday : )

Laura

What a great idea. There are so many people to thank this time of year. It almost seems as busy as December.

Kat Griffin

great! fun idea and so thoughtful to remember the bus driver, not everyone does!

Jennifer

I think it's wonderful you remembered the bus drivers since they have such an important job - saw you at "tatertots" - great job
Jennifer
www.bigdandme.com

TheBargainBabe

Saw you over at Lamb Around. Love this idea, so clever!

Heather

I featured this on my blog yesterday : )

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