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My Best Hero: My Hero Is A Hero

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There is always that one person an individual will turn to in a time of distress, instants of fear, moments of fear, and so on. For some, it could be their mother, father, brother or sister. For others, it could be rather the comfort of a book, a movie, a nice cup of tea. For me, however, whenever I hear the word hero, I automatically think of my best friend Lexi Felt. The definition of a hero varies greatly, but always has the common ground of being a life changer, somebody you look towards for a shoulder to lean on, and being dependable. Let me just say that Lexi has been one of the most dependable people in my life, and our friendship has only existed for four years. She is the girl who has been through all the dramas of high school and…show more content…
She has spent countless hours in the 10 foot by 10 foot cube practice rooms at our high school listening and helping me become a better performer. She has spent hours after school, sometimes until 8:30pm, sitting in a classroom listening to me deliver the same speech for the sake of bettering myself and hopefully placing at the Speech Team Competition that followed the next day. She was and is my number one fan through everything I do. Recently, I got accepted onto the Ball State’s Speech Team, and she was awake at 11pm to Face Time with me for 2 hours talking in circles about auditions and everything going on here, and her sharing what is going on back home and all the drama with our…show more content…
However, all I know and care about is my hero, my best friend, who has been through all of the rough patches and the good times with me. Yes, we sometimes fight, but that is only normal. There is no such thing as a perfect friendship or relationship where you agree on everything together. We have different political views, different ideas on what a feminist should be, different religious views, and different coping techniques. But that never confines us in our friendship; we look at each of our differences and see that it makes us unique and who we are, and that we have no place to try and change
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