The Quiet Hero…

Oh boy—What’s a hero to me? My mood on this changes every so often. Just depends on what’s going on in my life at the time, I think. Or what kinds of books and movies I’m reading and watching.

I like the unsuspecting hero. One that is kinda nerdy, maybe overlooked by the popular kids (girls, really) but yet possesses an inner strength. A quiet strength.

But then, when his love is endangered or hurting, he can open a can of you know what!

There’s just something appealing about that type of hero in my mind.

Although I can’t dismiss the obvious hero. One who’s large and in charge, you know? But for now, my preference is in the quiet strength of a hero who knows how to watch over those he cares about.

Take this picture for example…

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How ‘bout you guys. What’s a hero in your mind?

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About Lynn Rush

New York Times/USA Today bestselling author, chocolate addict & ultra runner. Agent: Nicole Resciniti of The Seymour Agency
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11 Responses to The Quiet Hero…

  1. Love the post and the picture is awesome!!!

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  2. danicaavet says:

    Loved the post, Lynn! And that picture is definitely worth a thousand words.

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  3. jeff7salter says:

    The ‘quiet strength’ you mention fits in with my concept: a truly ‘heroic’ individual is not loud and proud. No trash-talking, no chest-pounding. Just springs to action — courageously and unselfishly — when he/she is needed.
    Like you said: watches over the ones he/she cares about.

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  4. Daisy Harris says:

    What a great pic! Love the post. 🙂

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  5. Jeff- she’d see it eventually!! LOL!

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