Who is your real life hero?

posted 3 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

she’s beautiful!  mine is my mother, she is everything I hope to be in a woman and mother.

Post # 4
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@allyfally:  That is so sweet! She is a very inspiring woman.

I have several real life heros but at the moment I’m totally amazed by my cousin G. He is an amazing father & husband and in generally a really awesome guy but today he totally blew my mind. My friend who works as a social worker for a county-affiliated foster care center posted on Facebook that donations for the Christmas presents were low this year and they were missing 50 gifts for the teenagers in the system. I figured I’d see if anyone wanted to help, so I posted about it. Within two hours, my cousin (who works for Disney) had run all over his building talking to everyone in the volunteer & philanthropy offices to see what could be done. He then walked over to the movie theater in Downtown Disney and got them to donate movie tickets— 2 for each child! 

He just decided that it wasn’t fair that these kids should miss out on a gift and totally took over! I’m floored. 

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Honestly it’s my fiancé, it sounds corny but he is a firefighter/paramedic and a hellicopter paramedic  with life flight. I have seen him do amazing things, selfless things and handle bad things like an infant dying on him, or having to pull someone’s dead children out of a fire and then tell them , in ways I could never underStand. He risks his life to save other people almost daily, and takes care of me and loves me in ways I didn’t know existed. he’s My hero. 

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@T_Lee_Ma:  thank you, he really is! And it’s not just me saying that lol from the moment we started dating I had people from everywhere telling me how amazing he was and I still do. He has such a big heart and will help anyone no matter what. Can’t wait to marry him!:) 

Post # 9
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

I don’t know about hero, but I definitely admire my grandfather and my father.  My grandfather was born in 1919, and just sort of…lived a normal life.  He lived in Fall River, MA, where Lizzie Borden lived (he and his buddies used to throw things at her house…ha!), then met my grandmother at Middlebury in the late 30s.  They got married in 1941, and he joined the Navy in 1942 as an officer.  He was in the Pacific through the war, and had my dad in 1947.  I don’t know…he’s just a really cool guy, funny and smart, nice and just…interesting.  But not a hero.  I feel like heroes are people who save others from drowning or whatever.

My dad is more of a “hero” I think since he’s, like, the nicest person on earth.  He worked in Boston in the 70s with kids who were homeless, and then taught for thirty years before retiring.  Now he writes poetry and is the editor of the New Hampshrie Poetry Magazine.  He is so selfless.  OH and he saved my brother from drowning, once!!!

Post # 10
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Actually, when asked, most people (adults) will say that their heroes and people they admire are those close to them. I just took a class on Leadership and we had to write a huge essay and a portion of it was who we look up to, he said everyone chose relatives, or those they worked closely with for a long time. (im only telling you this because I used to think most people looked up to celebrities, or athletes, etc) I chose my mother, grandmother, and cousin! All of who are beautiful, intelligent, and amazing women! 🙂 

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