Buster, the football hero turned fly boy WW11 pilot with an ego to match. Finds a turning point in his life that changes his views on humanity. How his family dynamics impact his life and intertwine with letters home.
Lisa Reinicke is the majority holder of Our House Publications and author of 4 published children’s picture books for sale on Amazon and independent book stores. Lisa was honored with the Mom's Choice Gold Award for lifetime literary excellence for her children's book "Wings and Feet in 2017. She is a storyteller and author of 35 children’s stories appearing on local TV shows, elementary schools, and bookstores. The stories have been published in 3 collective recordings for distribution for A Goodnight Sleep Company. She also produced online (virtual) training for service advisors and technicians. Lisa served as head writer and on-camera talent in the videos. Her books are entertaining yet focus on social issues that engage children and parents to discuss. Her four children were all uniquely different ranging from physical differences, adoption, and physiological disorders that lead her following experts in each field to help children overcome the stigma around being different.
Lisa passionately works raising money for charities that improve children’s lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Dad's heart hurt for the people in Manila. He got very close to Pepe their house boy while he was there, and the stories about the atrocities committed during the war effected Dad for years.
This week we took Dad's funeral flag off of the shelf- that was folded and encased in wood and glass.. I had his 3 great grandsons gathered as we removed it from it's place.
They sat in awe as we discussed the price of the flag. There is no price you can put on it- for it costs is a life.
The only way to get the folded flag is because someone gave their life for it.
The three little boys solemnly touched the flag and listened to the story about their great grandfather in the Philippines and it's people.
I am grateful that I could share history with those sweet children.
Pepi took Wright and I to town this afternoon. Darling it is a shame how this town is torn up. All the buildings are torn up either by bombs or artillery. In all of them there are bullet holes where the Japs and Americans went house to house fighting. I honestly didn’t see a single one of the larger buildings that could be of any use. They are torn to pieces. Manila must have been a beautiful city because the buildings were of Greek and Roman architecture and were all painted white. Now it is nothing at all. The merchants have their goods and tables next to the sidewalk to carry on their business. I feel sorry for these people. They haven’t started to rebuild yet. I guess they haven’t much faith left.