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I realized I had left my purse on the bus. It had my wallet and phone. So we went back to the Northgate terminal and asked another driver what to do. She looked up the bus schedule to tell me what time the 68 would return. She helped me find the 68 driver. He had my purse right behind his seat! July 2, 12:30 p.m., Route 68 at Northgate Transit Center
The woman next to me felt compelled to say: "This driver makes me want to go and be awesome at my job today!" My thoughts exactly! July 2, 8:30 a.m., Route 49, Belmont and Pine, northbound toward University of Washington
The driver found the wallet with my business card inside and called me at work to let me know that he had it. This was a big relief to me. June 26, 9:15 a.m., Route 13, downtown Seattle, southbound
Many evenings my son would take the #7 home with me. I remember how we would laugh together during those bus rides. My son passed away last Christmas, very suddenly. I've struggled during the past six months to find a balance to my life without him. I wanted to postpone my errands Monday, but something kept urging me to catch the bus. I'm very glad I did. June 24, 11:20 a.m., Route 50, Alki Beach to Admiral District and Alaska Junction
A young woman came onboard, and after being politely greeted by the operator, as well as being advised that her ORCA card did not cover the fare, she became irate and verbally abusive. I saw absolutely no behavior from the operator that was anything less than professional and self-possessed. June 20, 7 a.m., Route 306, 61st and SR 522, southwest toward Seattle