When Kaytlyn and I were trying to think of who our heroes were, we realized that heroes come in many shapes and sizes as well as uniforms and everyday clothes. Whether it be a teacher, a fireman, or your mom or dad, we have people in our lives that have helped to mold and shape us into who we are today. When we see people putting others first, that in our opinion shows their character, and can mean that they are a hero. As the saying goes, “Not every hero wears a cape.” We want to portray to others that your hero could live in your own backyard and look as normal as you do. Maybe you are someone else's hero just by being you! Who is your hero?
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