Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Hi everybody it’s Hannah here and I’m nearly sure this is my first blog post. Today I want to tell you a little bit about my daddy and how proud I am of him.

After Shawn Mendes my daddy is my biggest hero. Everything he does he does it for our family and to try and give us the best life. He has ran marathons to raise money for Shine Charity which looks after me and other kids with the same disability as me and he is currently training for his 10th marathon which he wants to raise money for the Mae Murray Foundation who take me on trips and I go surfing and skiing with them.

I don’t want to give him a big head he isn’t always amazing a lot of the time he is really cringey and embarrassing and drives me crazy with his version of “rapping” along to any songs I’m listening to and don’t get me started on his dancing. If I’m really honest he should stick with writing because that’s what he is good at.

He has had a really busy few years writing his book The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles-Skelly’s Square and I’m really buzzing that one of the characters is based on me. We are all proud of my daddy for getting his book published and today the local newspapers have published a story about him.

It’s true not all heroes wear capes because I call my hero daddy.

You can buy my daddy’s book on Amazon worldwide and here’s the link that takes you to it.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/KIRKWOOD-SCOTT-CHRONICLES-Skellys-Square-ebook/dp/B07V6HVLQV

Thank you for reading and have a great day

Love Hannah 💕

Published by Fractured Faith Blog

We are Stephen and Fionnuala and this is our story. We live in Northern Ireland, have been married for 15 years and have three kids - Adam, Hannah and Rebecca. We hope that our story will inspire and encourage others. We have walked a rocky road yet here we are today, together and stronger than ever. We are far from perfect and our faith has been battered and bruised. But an untested faith is a pointless faith. Just as a fractured faith is better than none at all. We hope you enjoy the blog.

55 thoughts on “Not All Heroes Wear Capes

  1. Hannah what a beautiful proud and funny post about your dad. You can read your love and pride for him in every word you have written. As for the ‘rapping’ and ‘dancing’ I was driving my son to school and the song ‘Juice’ came on. Well I only know the ‘talking’ part and sing along very loudly to which I was told ‘no mom just no.’ As parents it is our job to ensure we embarrass our children. It has gone on for centuries and will continue to go forward as long as their are parents and children. Have a super day/afternoon.

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  2. Great post Hannah! One of the requirements for a dad is to embarrass his children. Your dad is a talented writer and one of my favorite blogs to follow. Waiting on getting his book but I know I will enjoy it.

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  3. What a sweet post and sweet photo, Hannah. It looks like YOU are your daddy’s cape. 🙂 Which seems just right since it sounds like you yourself are a big part of what make him a hero.

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  4. Hannah, you are all blessed to have one another and we’re blessed that you share that love with us. Excellent post – I’d like to see more from you!

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  5. Hannah, you are beautiful. I absolutely love that you call your daddy “cringey”. My Hannah calls me the same thing! It’s our job as parents. Sounds like you are an amazing young woman. I will read any blog post you put out there in the big wide world. Keep being awesome 🙂

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  6. Hannah, (by the way that’s one of my daughter’s name) You are a natural at blogging! You can credit your dad for sharing that DNA quality with you. I am looking forward to reading his book. Your endorsement sealed the deal for me!

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