My definition of a hero is someone who is looked up to and
admired, someone who is brave and kind, someone who faces challenges
and does amazing things. My two heroes are Cassie Campbell, a
women's hockey player, and my grandpa.
The reason Cassie Campbell is my hero is because she's very
talented at what she does. She's very professional and she does
not let anything get to her. When I'm older, I want to be just
like her. She's been through so much: winning both the gold and
silver medal in the Olympics. She also takes time to meet her
fans and the people who look up to her because she knows there's
a lot of them.
The reason I picked my grandpa is because he's been through
so much and he still keeps a great sense of humour and treats
everybody equally. He's had to go through the same painful operation
twice and the second time was because he was helping his neighbour
move his boat. He also snow-plowed every driveway on his street,
just to be nice. Right after his second
operation, when he was just getting better, his big brother died.
His brother was like a Dad to him because his real Dad died when
he was ten years old.
My grandpa is admired by me and so many other people because
he's always in a good mood and you have to love him. He's seventy-five
years old. His birthday is on Valentine's day and I hope he lives
for another seventy-five.
In conclusion, I'd like to say I hope I'm a hero to someone
someday because I'm sure heroes appreciate that they're my heroes.