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Diving with my one-handed life is always exciting. But not always for the reasons you might expect. Sometimes I share an experience with other drivers on the rode that is special, cool, and fun. Mostly it is with adults but that is not always the case. This podcast is about a time I was driving to work in the morning. I happened to be following a school bus full of children on their way to school. As we came to a red light I noticed I could not see any kids sitting in the back seats of the bus. Not any kids I could see at least. As we came to a full stop the kids hiding in the back seats started to play the game which was the reason why they were hiding. I remember riding the school bus to school in the mornings and after school. I recall so many times watching other kids interacting with drivers in other cars. Sometimes it was good and sometimes it was not so good. These three young girls had the best intention in the game they were about to play with me. But they were not ready for my one-handed game play in return.   Thanks for listening! I invite you to share this podcast, offer a comment or leave some feedback. Show Notes: The games kids play on the school bus.. The game of "Sour or Sweet." Making kids smile at my one handed life. Resources: School Bus Games – Fun school bus games to teach your kids. Contact. Follow. Share. instagram | facebook | twitter | pinterest How to review the podcast on iTunes If you enjoyed, benefited or were impacted by the podcast, it would be beyond cool if you’d take a minute and write a review on iTunes. To do that, click on the iTunes link or launch the iTunes podcast app on your computer or phone. Search for One Hand Speaks, select the album art for the show, select ratings and reviews and then write your review. Big thanks and appreciation. Please spread and share if you feel others will benefit and enjoy and leave a comment or offer feedback. Play your hand, AlejAndro

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