As Kathleen mentioned we are in NW Washington within easy driving distance of our Boys and their families. We have been enjoying getting together with them and especially the hugs from the little ones. We had a picnic of sorts this Memorial Week-end in between the rain drops at our Motor Coach (tininthewind), and after everyone left it is time to reflect how fortunate we are and remember for a moment those who "Gave All" and are giving their all even as we speak!
I reminded of course of the ultimate sacrifice that so many have given, including my Dad. They gave all and never returned.
The above painting was of a P-38 fighter plane such as the one my dad lost his life in during WWII. I had a painter from Ohio paint the above image and for many years I had it mounted on the side of my semi-trailer for all to ask questions about as I criss-crossed the USA. He actually painted a mirror image so that I had one on both sides of the trailer. I received many questions and comments as I traveled along via the CB radio.
Lieutenant George E Brosius, 1923-1945
My Mom and Guess Who?
Today is a day to remember all those who are serving, have served, and especially those who
"Gave All." I especially want to remember my Dad, Lieutenant George E Brosius, 1923-1945,
WWII, Lost somewhere in the Philipinnes, June of 1945. We never got to know each other
accept for a few pictures, as I was only 3 mo. old when he went missing. The following song is a
tribute to him. I took the liberty to change a few words from the song by Billy Ray Cyrus
"Some Gave All" Click on the following link to listen to that Song!