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Sometimes even from the most unsuspecting people wonderful and profound messages can originate This is the story of one such incident when much could be learned from a person like that On the way to school one day this kid named Patrick went around telling everyone that he had some beer in his lunch box Now in the 9th grade this topic of conversation is new and exciting He was the center of attention and was enjoying it immensely We all knew he didnt have any in there but it was still fun to talk like he did In all the commotion we failed to realize that the bus had come to a stop on the side of the road We finally realized what was happening and as the bus driver made her way through the aisle you could see kids shoving paper balls in their bags and sitting on batteries and rocks which they were throwing out the window The bus was unusually silent as the bus driver Bertha we called her waded her way through the narrow seats Kids visibly squished as close as possible to the windows some in an attempt to hide something others just out of fear that the may inadvertently come into contact with the beast coming through Bertha was 7 feet tall and appeared to be one of those ex-weight lifters that had been on steroids for most of their adult life Her neck was bigger than that of football players and her arms resembled those of the body builders sometimes on ESPN Her gut brought thoughts of the worlds strongest man competition to mind She was big and no one not even Superman or Batman could get away with messing with her To us she might as well have been dressed in some military uniform carrying a leather riding-crop The fear kept us in line most of the time She strode right
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