"It's a bird, it's a plane, it's SUPERMAN!" That line has been a classic throughout the years. How they got Superman confused with a bird or a plane is still a mystery to me, but hey, they got it right in the end. There's not much that the Man of Steel can't do. Just look at him: he can fly, shoot lasers from his eyes, and lift anything imaginable. That's all pretty sweet, but is that what we think of when we think of our heroes? In our lives we don't look up to superheroes, we look up to just plain heroes.
So what makes a hero? A hero is someone who will put others before himself. A hero is someone who gets home from work and still has the energy to play catch with his kids. A hero is someone who doesn't let losing a job discourage him, but gets up and keeps on going. A hero is someone who puts his trust in God and not in himself. A hero is someone who is there for you even when you don't ask.
I don't know anyone that can fly, shoot lasers from their eyes, or lift anything imaginable. Or do I? I know someone that I look up to so much that it's as if he's flying. I know someone that has the determination in his eyes to do anything for his family. I know someone who can lift any heartache, sadness, or discouragement with one of his goofy jokes. Superman step aside! That someone is my Dad. He fits every qualification of hero in my book and will always be at the top of my hero list. To you, I give this trophy. Happy Father's Day!