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3,400 Heroes

3400 Heroes

My titles can get pretty deceiving, especially when I mesh two topics together. That being said, can you guess what they are?

If you have been following me for awhile, then you would know that numbers equate to a new milestone. Yes, I’ve hit 3,400 subscribers πŸ˜€ The old timers are probably going, “Oh, no, not again. Another post filled with repeated thank yous?” Sorry guys, blame the dictionary for not having enough words to describe or show gratitude.

So… I just wanna say (again) thank you to all of my subscribers. I really appreciate your subscription, and seeing all the comments and likes makes me very happy. You might think it’s just a ‘like’, but that ‘like’ means a lot πŸ™‚ It tells me my stories don’t suck, because sometimes, honestly, I do think that way with some of my works. Posting stories I don’t think are good scares me, but when I get good feedback it gives me more courage to post more of my works for your guys to read. So thank you all! You guys are the best!

Now on to the word ‘heroes’. Since I’ve taken these posts as a platform to open up more personally, I’ve decided to do the WordPress daily prompt this round. And today’s topic is… Heroic:

When you were five years old, who was your hero? What do you think of that person today?

To be honest, that’s a tough question to answer. I can’t remember much of being five, except that my brother was born that year and I remembered praying to God to give me a brother. Since that is the only prominent memory I have, I would have to say God is my hero… for giving me a brother as I have requested. Today, I still think God is awesome.

At five, I might have also thought Bananas in Pajamas were cool. So maybe they were my heroes. I loved them a lot as a kid and enjoyed watching them make mistakes and go on adventures with the teddy bears. What do I think of them today? Hmmm, I’m glad they are still around πŸ™‚

If you want to blog today but have no idea what to blog about, do this prompt and leave the link in the comments below! I would love to read your answers to these questions.

Anyway, thank you all again for your subscription. I do hope you continue to stick around for many years to come! I’ll be sure to blog for as long as I can πŸ™‚

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