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Do Tell: Who's the Superhero of Your Life?

Do Tell: Who's the Superhero of Your Life?

We've grown up watching superheroes protect the girl, rescue the little boy, and pretty much save the world. In your own life, though, who has been your very own superhero?


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Daisy6264 Daisy6264 10 years
My Mom and Dad, they are great parents.
bugness bugness 10 years
My mom and dad. As a couple they were a huge inspiration. They spent the first few months of their marriage in two different countries (air force), trying to find any way possible to be together up until the point I came along and got her out of the military. My mom, in her short 38 years, was a force to be reckoned with. She was a strong mother, a hard worker, fun to be around... she survived a long hard battle with pain and came out of it for a few months to make memories with us before she died. My dad has always been my hero. Sweet, caring, smart. We've been best friends since I was born. -Bug
dreamsugar dreamsugar 10 years
I can only base this off of right now -- and it might sound crazy -- but I really admire my yorkie -- he's been through a lot -- he got beat up, went through surgery on a rear leg, was given away at 12 -- and he's still very sweet and caring. Yep, my pup is my hero :)

grl-in-the-world grl-in-the-world 10 years
Definitely my older sister. She's always been a great example for me: working hard and getting a great education, settling down with a wonderful guy. She's had to do everyting before me in life so I've always looked up to her. I've also had a couple of wonderful teachers in highschool, ones that treated me like a real person and not just another student.
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 10 years
I'd say my parents, because they always think of and act for other people before themselves. I hope one day I'll be in a position to give back to them.
LizaToad LizaToad 10 years
my grandma, she is the most amazing woman in the world. she has always been my hero :)
kiddylnd kiddylnd 10 years
My 8 year old son. He's a trooper. He's lived through so much in his short life. He's smart, witty, and loving. He's also bi-polar so he gets the short shift at school from the kids. Through everything he's been through he's still an amazing kid. He was certainly not a planned part of my life, but I wouldn't have it any other way. I love him dearly and he's my hero!
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 10 years
I think it comes with being an English Teacher because i had the most wonderful high school AP english teacher ever!
BlondeSugar BlondeSugar 10 years
Wow, Dear. Sounds like an amazing person. We need more people like that aroun.
DearSugar DearSugar 10 years
My highschool English teacher, Cathy Prater, changed my life and, in a way, saved my life. I didn't know anyone who had been to college; she encouraged me, helped me and, before I left, sent me a check for $500. She insisted I take it and told me a beautiful story about why she needed me to accept the gift. A remarkable, unforgettable woman.
kendalheart kendalheart 10 years
Personally i think it's the women who are able to do it all. Be a success in their career and with their children and in the marriage. It's what i admire most and aspire to be one day!
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