Whew! It’s been quite a week of promoting World War II veterans! Last week my husband John & I met hundreds (thousands?) of people as we manned our booth at the Bluffton Street Fair. It was great fun with lots of opportunities to tell people about the 100 World War II vets I’ve interviewed and... Continue Reading →
Happy Birthday Air Force!
The official birthday for the US Air Force is 18 September 1947 as enacted under the National Security Act of 1947. I can’t let this occasion slip by without saying thank you to all of the fly-boys who have contributed to this newest branch of the American military. My husband and son have both been... Continue Reading →
Spreading the Word about WWII Vets
Last week was a busy, fruitful week for spreading the word about honoring our nation’s World War II vets! Not one, not two, but three speaking engagements! One was even on TV! That’s a trifecta for this small town girl who enrolled in Toastmasters to learn how to speak to a group! On Sunday August... Continue Reading →
Local Opportunities to Learn about WWII
I’m thrilled for this exciting day to finally be here! Two events are happening that will result in more people knowing about our World War II vets and ways they can honor them. First, I’ll be speaking about my interviews with WWII vets to a group called LIFT (Living Information for Today). It is sponsored... Continue Reading →