My Hero, My Champion: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Dottie travisCorrespondent IMarch 8, 2010

ATLANTA - MARCH 07:  Team owner Rick Hendrick (L) stands with Dale Earnhardt Jr. (R), beside the #88 AMP Energy/National Guard Chevrolet prior to the start of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 7, 2010 in Hampton, Georgia.  (Photo by Jason Smith/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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This is my hero this is my champion.

He is a champion of children and people in general I can not believe the heart this man has. Donating $1 Million Dollars to the victory Junction for a Dale Jr Corral and Ampitheatre.

This month Dale jr. is granting his 200th wish for the Make a wish foundation. Now  I just read he is Helping the Homeless.

Now I dare anyone to say anything about this angel and he is an angel to me.

In all my born days, I have never seen anything like it, the heart and soul of this man is just amazing.

With a smile that could light the entire state of North Carolina he gives unselfishly and with out hesitation.  

Now who could not love this man, regardless for what he does or doesn't do on the track, but why not for just being one of the good guys that gives back.

This to me is his legacy, this to me is what I will remember about the man they call Dale Earnhardt Jr.

This man with the famous father, and the equally famous last name who is dearly loved by many many people. One that treasures family, friends, and fans alike.

Drives a high powered race car for a living and though he is having a rough time right now. I feel his career will pick up and things will get even better.

So dont fret Dale Jr. for everyone of card carrying Junior Nation and beyond love you the man. The angel of many and a friend to even more. 

God sends his blessing's to you Dale Jr. with our love. Proud to be a fan of yours. I will be there till the end.