She has seen you, and she is shocked: you seem so familiar to her... But you can't really be HIM, can you? And yet, you look exactly like she'd imagined him, the character in her book, the hero meant to save her brand-new world... But instead you've been sent there to save her
Tomarra Richardson tells Yahoo Parenting that she is speaking out about how her daughter rescued her drowning sister in the hope that “people realize that even those with disabilities are capable of doing great things — including saving a life.”
Bridget “Biddy” Mason, born a slave in Mississippi in 1818, achieved financial success that enabled her to support her extended family for generations despite the fact that she was illiterate. In a landmark case she sued her master for their freedom, saved her earnings, invested in real estate, and became a well-known philanthropist in Los Angeles, California.
Soldier adopts hero military dog that 'saved her' in Afghanistan
"How is she?" the older boy next to him asked. The boy placed her on the grass, moving a piece of hair out of her face, "She looks so innocent, why would he try to kill her?" "Dorian would kill anyone who stood in his way." Suddenly she jumped awake and began pushing the boy away, "Get away, you monster!" She clawed and kicked, but the boy held her still. "Shhhh.... We saved you, you're fine. He's gone. You're safe.".