"A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles."
WW2 historical romance novels have been my obsession since last year when I first read Jane Healey's book, The Beantown Girls.
I know I've talked about it here before but the truth is, I underestimated the effort of these women and through reading the story I learned so much. This story sparked my curiosity and the more I learned the more I was inspired.
When the world becomes a darker place, there is a guttural need to do more and to make a difference, in whichever way we can. It's as true today as it was then...
These women served coffee and donuts to soldiers in combat, as their way to make a difference in the future, and they did so with warmth and valor.
Today I posted a video that is both book review of The Beantown Girls and tribute to The American Red Cross Clubmobiles - a.k.a. the Donut Dollies.
If you watch it, let me know what you most enjoyed about it. - 20 minutes ago