My wife! She is absolutly amazing! I love her more everyday!
I don't think I have one either, besides trying to do my best.
I often think of my parents, I guess they have been my greatest role models. I was very fortunate to have amazing parents.
I am me, why should I try to model my existence on someone else?
I have a few...
My Grandmother for her faith and perseverence.
Paul Newman for his heart for charity and well lived life.
Jesus - my personal hero.
My Grandmother...she raised three generations and still takes care of my 68 year old handicapped Uncle. This young lady is 94 years old and will still tell me to go get the switch. She is strong, compassionate and loves with no expectations. I've always prayed to be 1/2 the woman she is...if I acheive that...I've acheived success!!! Love You Gram Ma Ma
A music teacher. So patient, so kind, so persistent. I learned a lot from him and am grateful.
Sheep Dog off the old Bugs Bunny cartoon. He rocks! He has a carefree job that he is faithful at. He punches his time card and watches the flock. He has great perception abilities. He is able to tend to the flock without even seeing them with all that hair over his eyes.
Sheep Dog's the man!
Not really, hot chocolate comes later before bedtime. The question was posed and it has been answered. Very few people in this world actually strive toward emulating characteristics of their role models. In light of that I chose a light-hearted character that always made me laugh.
Mine is Jesus Christ. Always an excellent role model for anyone.
My aunt Jean, because she wasnt afraid to be a strong, outspoken woman in politics during the 50's and 60's. Not that I dig politics..but she showed me its ok to be different, and that Barbie and Miss America were not the models that every woman should emulate.
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