Calling my music teacher, Leslie Moran, a hero is an understatement. She is more than that. She is an inspiration, she is determined, and mainly all of those values! Let me tell you why!
First, let me tell you what she does for our school. She helps our music program stay. Here in PA, a lot of schools cut their music program completely. She also cares about all the students. She would fight the bad guy until he goes away, just to save us. Also, she runs a lot (and I mean A LOT) of marathons! She is stronger than me! She sometimes runs for fun, but sometimes she runs for a cause, like a cancer walk. She talks to us about her weekends and what she did at her children quire. I wish I can talk to her about my life more. I only see her twice or three times a week. But she will listen, guaranteed! She is like my best friend. When I rant (talk about my problems. I know, it's stupid) to my friends, sometimes they don't seem to care. They act like they're happier without me. I'm sure Leslie would be pretty sad without me, like I would be if I lost her in the Boston bombing, 4/15/13. Without her, I wouldn't be playing my trumpet. I wouldn't continue to do what I do.
Hope she wins!
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