Sunday, August 27, 2006

Who were Your Heroes when you were a child?

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Google did the pictures


Who were your Heroes When You Were a Child?


I was emailing some JLanders and I hope all Jlanders who visit will comment!:):)


Who were the heroes who made your day as a kid? Did they change as you matured? Did you add to the list? tell us please!


I found Florence Nightengale, Ghandi, Boy Dylan,


Winston Churchhill, and Rudard Kipling to top my list growing up..how about you?

7 comments:

wfhbear said...

Nick Adams a Hemingway charactor was a hero to me as was John Wayne. As far as real life heroes goes my Dad was first, then my Uncle Ed, and finally General McArthur. Regards, Bill.

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springangel235 said...

I have a simple answer...my Dad...no one else...thanks for the question...hugs and love,
Joyce

princesssaurora said...

Growing up it was Dorothy Hamil, Mother Teresa, and Marie Curie!

be well,
Dawn

readmereadyou said...

Jesus, the Pope, My parents.

lifesabench6 said...

My dad was my main one, but (sounding a little silly now, I suppose) Nancy Drew, a few of my teachers (3rd and 6th gr.). As I got older, I really didn't think about heroes as much, until way after I graduated from HS and really started learning about people.  My Grandpa who was a WW!! vet for the Canadian Royal Armed Forces,  Jesus- now that I know Him, and of course many other Biblical figures, my Father in Law- another WW11 vet who served on a destroyer in the Pacific, who's first ship sank and they were all floating around out there until they were rescued, my Dad still, friends who have suffered loss and heartbreak, and a woman by the name of Corrie ten Boom- she was a Dutch prisoner in Ravensbrook- one of Nazi concentration camps.  Her and her family were prisoners- because they hid Jewish people.  Thanks Nat- that made me think, and is bringing good thoughts to me now!  () Carolyn

sugar1337 said...

I finally got a chance to post this one...
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