Tags » Everyday Heroes

Everyday Heroes

I have learned over the years that Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. It’s been said that “Heroes are made not born”. I happen to believe that this is true. 473 more words


Myrtle’s Garden … Providing Love, Peace and Joy

Donna and Terry Griffin are business owners who enjoy contributing to their community. After Terry’s mother, Myrtle, moved into the Lions Manor Nursing Home in Placentia, they were immediately embraced and became part of the warm and caring family of the residents and staff of Lions Manor. 613 more words

Making A Difference

A shout out to Everyday Heroes

THANK YOU!! THANK YOU. This post is to all those everyday heroes that don’t hesitate to help someone in need, people who dedicate hours to make a small difference in the lives of others, people who have huge hearts & a desire to help animals, people who take the time to teach our children, people who protect our communities, people who step forward in a life mission to change something for the better in our world, people who give, people who care, people all around us. 218 more words

Toy box joy: Creating hope for those affected by childhood cancer

A diagnosis of cancer for a child can be devastating. Subsequent daily visits for treatments, such as radiation therapy, can cause stress for both the child and their family members. 827 more words

Making A Difference


How many times have you heard someone say, “You dirty dog” or “You’re worse than an animal?” Phrases like these demean animals and imply that humans who behave badly are animal-like, less human. 344 more words

Everyday Heroes

Musings from a “Future Leader of America”

I don’t know how it was for other generations, but for myself, and I assume for my fellow Gen-Y 20-somethings, there is a phrase that we’ve heard so much that it has all but lost it’s meaning. 1,197 more words

Sarcasm & Self-Deprecation