The other day, I was walking into McDonald's and I found myself witnessing something truly upsetting. As I was opening the door to walk in, I saw a young man in a wheel chair being pushed out by what seemed to have been his father. He was missing both of his legs. I was happy enough to hold the door open for him and as I was doing so, I immediately thought to myself that he was most likely serving part of his time over seas. He thanked me, and doing something so simple for him made me feel truly grateful because he had been doing something grateful for us; protecting our freedom. I decided to make this post just to say that freedom isn't free. Our troops have to sacrifice what they have to give us that freedom we have today. Please support our troops, and always thank a soldier whenever you see one. Your kind regards can really make a difference.
- I am a typical teenager with a particular interest in the Civil war, especially the Battle of Antietam. I am a huge fanatic of music and art. The way I see it, music and art is what creates individuality and color in every human being. I am one to be fairly outgoing but I do have my shy sides. My biggest goal in life is to succeed and actually get outside and explore what God has created for mankind to explore and live off of. I'm very reasonable and am really ambitious. I like meeting new people, and always look forward to making new friends. I am definitely a people person and I love expressing myself whether it be through music, fashion, or even writing. Maybe you will experience a new side of me?