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Monday, January 2, 2012

An every day hero

I ws reading over on MSN about every day heroes, people that do something and think nothing about, continue on with their day as if it never happened. 

I am married to a hero.  He doesn't think so, but his family does.  The company he worked for did and so did the person who's life he probably saved.

Remember this story the next time you see a tractor trailer on our roads.  The men and women behind the wheel of those rigs some days take their lives in their hands desperately trying to get out of the way of something that had nothing to do with them.  Different dilemmas, different situations.  All darn scary when you have 53' of trailer behind you.



My family hero.  No, he still doesn't think so.  He never will.  He was just doing his job.


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