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Students and School Bus Driver Return Love To The “Granny” Who Waves To Them Daily.

This “granny” gets the same love she gives to these students.

Jessa Ventures





A sweet “granny” waves to the bus of students from Arlington High whenever they pass by her house on their way to school. Dubbed as the “grandma in the window,” the 93-year-old Louise Edlen has been doing this everyday for 5 years now. But nothing’s sweeter than how these kids return the love to the grandmother they’ve grown very fond of for years.

One September morning, as the students were expecting the same thoughtful gesture from Edlen, their favorite “granny” was nowhere to be found. It sparked sadness and concern to the students as they wanted to make sure that Edlen was doing well.

“It was kind of heartbreaking because she was always there,” seventh-grader Axtin Bandewerfhorst told KING 5.

Carol Mitzelfeldt, the bus 7 driver then decided to visit Edlen’s home with a bouquet of flowers and a sweet note for her that says,

“To the grandma in the window, we’re thinking of you. Love, the kids on bus 7 and bus driver, Carol,” she told The Huffington Post.

Upon receiving the note, Edlen’s husband Dave contacted Mitzelfeldt to explain the reason for his wife’s absence. They soon found out about her condition, that she had a stroke and was under the care of a local rehabilitation center. With the help of Mitzelfeldt, the kids came up with a plan to cheer her up and surprise her.

Since Edlen isn’t home yet, they thought of ‘taking a group picture so she can have something to look at.’


Here’s a photo of them waving out the bus’ windows, attached to a foam board, signed and delivered to Edlen.


Photo credit: KING
“I’ve told them, ‘this could be your grandma or grandpa, or even you someday,'” Mitzelfeldt said.


“Always treat people with kindness, and always treat people with compassion,” she added.

A week after, Edlen returned home and was greeted by Mitzelfeldt and the students with a warm “welcome home” sign.


They cheered and waved while APS buses that drove by honked their horns, happy to see their beloved grandma home and well.

The sweetest thing indeed! I surely don’t mind growing old and coming home to this.

H/T: Pulptastic

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97-Year-Old Receives High School Diploma 79 Years After She Was Supposed to Graduate

Her diploma was even dated the year she was supposed to graduate!

Mini Malabanan



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Margaret was expected to graduate in 1936, but unfortunately this didn’t happen due to unexpected circumstances. In 1932, she was forced to drop out from school to take care of her cancer-striken mother Katherine and other siblings. A 17-year-old Margaret had to give up her dream of finishing high school to help her father Leo Thome while he worked.

“I had to quit school to take over the family,” revealed Margaret.

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To Break Up A Teen Fight, This Female Cop Got Into An Epic Dance Battle

You have the right to remain dancing!

Mark Andrew



Let’s say you’re a cop and you’ve been alerted about a group of teens fighting on the streets. How will you respond and attempt to diffuse a tense situation?

One female police officer from Washington DC came up with the best approach ever - she challenged the youngsters to an epic dance battle!

According to Cathy L. Lanier, Police Chief in the area, the officer was one of the several cops who responded to a disorderly conduct call last Tuesday. Although the female cop wishes to remain unknown, she has definitely gained online fame for her unusual peace-keeping tactics.

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Young Vietnamese Girl Suffers Horrific Injuries in Random Acid Attack

Help change this young survivor’s life.

Mini Malabanan



Acid attack, a form of violence which aims to disfigure, maim, torture, kill or blind a victim, is a worldwide phenomenon that is not limited by race, religion or geographical location.

Nobody knew the reason why a stranger poured acid on Little Nhi four years ago, but a good samaritan is finding ways to change the young Vietnamese girl’s life.

When Nhi was just six years old, a mystery attacker poured acid on her causing the little girl to suffer horrific injuries. The attack left the innocent girl almost unrecognizable, burning her entire head and leaving her blind in one eye.

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