June 19, 2014

Hero...

... and his heroine.

11 comments:

Oso Negro said...

My son served with the USMC in Afghanistan and Iraq. He could very well have been Taylor. You got the tags right on this one Ann. Hero and his heroine. That is a hell of a young man and a young woman of a caliber that you don't meet every day. I cried.

William said...

There's also a phenemonon that should be known as post traumatic heroic response syndrome. His girlfriend, friends, and family demonstrated that he was part of a country worth the sacrifice.

Skeptical Voter said...

I could love that lady--but she's already got her man.

Johnny Lanctot said...

Wow. Thanks for sharing a great story of two exceptional people.

Deb said...

How can there be no hope when there are still people like this in the world?

Nichevo said...

Bless you, sir. Bless you, ma'am.

PB Reader said...

When I see the sacrifice people like Taylor have made, realize the mountain he and Ann have to overcome and then I see our whining, lying jackass of a president, it makes me so freaking mad - and sad that so many people are still fooled by that con man and his followers.

CatherineM said...

Wow. What a journey. What a love.

harrogate said...

Awesome

Larry J said...

Terrific young man and out-freaking-standing young woman. They deserve each other. Here's wishing them a lifetime of happiness together.

You have to love his hometown, too, AKA "Flyover Country" to the coastal 'elites.'

socally773 said...

Very moving. I just donated to Wounded Warrior.