ciated how he treated his mother and the importance of it! I have since found out that the son visits his mother nearly every day of the week.
My other hero I have seen in a large big box store who was in a wheelchair. He is an employee who greets the customers and checks their items as they leave after paying for them. He greets you with a smile and is pleasant to talk to. Barb/ I have talked with him several times. As the saying goes he is: “making lemonade out of lemons.” This gentleman is earning a living and making the best of his situation by being “Sunshine” for the customers.
Speaking of Sunshine, I have fun making up nicknames for various people. There are two ladies whom I have come in contact with through Meals on Wheels. They brighten my day every time I see them. Therefore, they have been “stuck” with the nickname of “Sunshine”. I have explained my reason for the nickname and gotten their approval to continue with my name for them.
So you see there are many definitions of what a hero is. It all depends whom you talk to. If you would be willing to share your definition of a hero, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.