Public Transportation


Bus to Metro. Metro Transfer. Shuttle to work. Reverse for end of day. This is my new routine while my car gets repaired. After just three days of this I think the stress of this style of commuting (and it IS stressful) is less stressful than sitting in traffic on the Beltway. At least the people watching is high quality.

More observations about riding buses and such will surely follow. For now I can report that adults are just as, if not more rude than kids. Don’t mess with the business professional’s schedule – they will cut all kinds of lines when tested.

Do you have any tips or tricks you’ve learned, diabetically speaking, for public transit?

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2 thoughts on “Public Transportation

  1. Traffic on the Beltway would make me take public transit just to be MOVING. I don’t live in the DC area, but I’ve been there many times. And any town that has a traffic jam at 2 in the morning…yeah. Um, Metro please. LOL


  2. Be prepared for lows! I always bottomed out on my walk from the train to/from work. Helps to stash one more granola bar in your bag than you think you’ll need.

    I actually miss public transportation now that I’m stuck driving every day. I loved having the time to chill out. Great for reading too!



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