“To the brave souls who don’t get thanked enough”
We live in a world where superheroes wear capes; they fly from building to building catching the “bad guys.” They also have extraordinary powers.
Superman can fly,
Spiderman can shoot webs,
Iron man has a high tech suit,
And Mr. Fantastic has flexibility.
The real heroes have something much greater, they have heart and courage.
Firemen save you from burns and scars,
Paramedics can start a heart,
And soldiers fight every day for their lives and ours.
While all the neighbor kids fantasize about meeting a superhero the little girl in the corner house prays for her hometown hero’s. She dreams about the day she can shake their hand, and see their smiling face. In return they’ll see the twinkling in the little girl’s eyes and they know they’ve made an impact. The real heroes are the role models we should want our kids to look up to; because even though super heroes may look cool with flashy capes and slogans the real heroes are out in our world risking their lives every day.
Election day is tomorrow! Now I'm not sure if I should be nervous or excited, but this is a tradition our country has had since the beginning and I will be voting tomorrow. (Notice how I didn't say for who?) Some things are just better left unsaid. :) My advice to you? Don't get caught up in the moment, think your descision through carefully. Don't get pursuaded by anyone, stick to your own personal morals! After all the Electoral College picks the winner either way.
Have a good Election Day,
Our new blog has been launched today. I'm so excited to finally share some of my writings. Today I've uploaded a few old pieces of poetry, but don't worry I am working on a lot of new stuff I think you will all like. Thank you for staying patient.
XOXO, Reylene Miranda