Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Everyday Heroes

Mitt Romney spoke in a forum today on BYU campus. While I didn't attend in person, I did watch most of his speech online. He talked about everyday heroes that he encountered during his campaign.
For example,
"At one of my first speeches in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the applause from the audience was instigated by someone with a loud, piercing shout. "Isn't he wonderful?" she would yell. Or, "we love you, Mitt!" "You're the best!" I can assure you, I was as pleased as I was startled.
After my remarks, a delightful middle aged woman named Joni Scotter made her way to the small stage and threw her arms around me. This was the first time I met Joni, but it was far from the last. Over the campaign years, I have seen Joni dozens of times. She drives to wherever I may be in eastern Iowa. And at every speech, her enthusiastic squeals of support energize both me and the audience. She is my hero." 
For the full text of his speech, click here.

What did I learn from these remarks? To be grateful for the everyday heroes in my life, particularly those who read my blog. You are my heroes. Thank you for your support and interest in my life.


1 comment:

  1. Rebekah, you are wonderful. I love you. You're the best!


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