There Goes My Hero

There are a lot of definitions out there and the term is often thrown around too lightly, but a hero is not a celebrity or a politician. 

It’s a common person.  

An ordinary someone who no matter the personal cost, does the right and extraordinary thing.

He’s boarding a plane to Afghanistan this week.

I am uncertain of many things in this world, but I will never doubt his courage nor his loyalty. 

Watching him go is painful, but I know that we must begin the begin.

God has ordained  and he must go for such a time as this.

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3 responses to “There Goes My Hero

  1. Boots,
    The great thing about hero’s is that we can all choose who our hero will be; you are mine!
    I love you,
    Army Man

  2. Andy Lancaster

    Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.

    -Ronald Reagan

    Thank you Neeley family for fighting to protect – and promote- freedom. God Bless.

  3. jordan

    Mommy im trying to find daddys e-mail can u tell me what it is i’m on the scool computer please respond

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