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   Posted 7/3/2010 12:13 AM (GMT -6)   
Gee, I don't think you guys seen so many posts from me before LOL
Ok, we all have our childhood heros. Who was it and why?
My father and my school busdriver where my heros. My dad was the only one whom showed he cared and loved me, and still is. He's the one there for me, not my mother. He took the time to understand who I am, despite my disabilities.He always rescued me when I was sick or hurt too. When I couldn't talk, he taught me sign language so I still could tell him what was wrong.  My school busdriver, she saved my life. I was extremely depressed as a teen, and I actually tried to commit suicide a few times. Anyhow, she started giving me Guideposts, and I started geting curious and asking questions. She taught me the love of God, and how He loves me. In fact, she even took me to church with her. With the help from God and other Christians, I overcame my depression. I haven't even tried anything stupid since. Moderators, my apologies if I went a tad overboard on religion I tried to phrase it right so people wouldn't be offended. If I offended anyone, my apologies.
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   Posted 7/3/2010 1:14 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Desiree'..

I do like this topic! I would have a very similar answer to yours. My dad is and was my Hero...always. Mom didn't do things with us but my dad always took me on errands and cared to spend time with me. We did everything together including fishing, hunting and feeding the cows. I did have a brother but as the girl in the family I turned out to be the 'brother' that my real brother should have been. lol...

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   Posted 7/3/2010 10:49 AM (GMT -6)   
My mom and dad were both my heroes, and still are, though they're no longer here. They taught me to respect all people, and all life for that matter. They gave of themselves and what they had and genuinely enjoyed life.
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