Being a Haley’s Hero means more to me than many will ever know. To me, being a Haley’s Hero is being selfless and always trying to look out for others. That is what Haley was always like. She was the sweetest and most non-judgmental person I have ever met. Everything about her was amazing. It’s difficult to put my thoughts into one paragraph, because you see, I can talk about Haley all day long. I would never run out of good things to say about her. We were very close, Haley and I. Just about inseparable when we were together. The art work I do (Metal Works by David) is a tribute to that great girl. This skill I had discovered, shortly after Haley went Home, during the darkest hours of grief. I would spend hours creating things, because you see, it was during these hours that I felt closest to Haley. I felt that she was with me and inspiring me to create. Some of “our” work is now sitting on desks of city officials or executives of companies. However, my main goal with my work is to show people that there is and always can be a little bit of beauty in tragedy. All we need to do is find it. Only God can show us this.