Today we traveled from Caen, to Sainte-Mere-Eglise, home to the museum for the United States Airborne troops from WW2.
When you write, and share stories for a passion, and a living, a day like today here in Normandy, is one you dream of. But that dream-like day, comes with an emotional price, no matter if you’re an observer, or the writer.
Halfway between Paris and Caen is the small French town of Les Ventes. The town turned out today for the return of the wife of an American veteran.
CBS 11 Anchor Doug Dunbar is traveling to Normandy, France with a group of World War II U.S. Veterans and blogging about it just for you.
We are in the middle of Easter week. It’s a time filled with thoughts of spring. Trees and flowers begin to bloom. And grocery store shelves are packed… with Peeps!
This week, my daughter won something, but turned myself and her mom into even bigger winners. It goes so much further than the trophy that she received.
We finally did it. After nearly twenty years of marriage, two kids now 10 and 7, three cats, two hamsters, opossums, birds, turtles, fish ducks and more, we got a dog.
If curiosity killed the cat, that cat must have had it coming. Curiosity is one of the greatest blessings we have. One of the proudest parts of being a father is helping foster curiosity.
I’m just going to come out and say how I feel each and every year when we get here. Why does it have to come down to a holiday to give thanks? For some of you, it doesn’t. Me neither.
With the benefit of hindsight, I reflect back to the summer, when I dropped my two kids off at a Tae Kwon Do camp. They had never really been exposed to traditional martial arts.
Even though I cast my vote for President on Tuesday morning, my mind was made up long ago on who impresses me the most as a leader. My mom, Inge Dunbar.
The story of Nate Mack is one that moves me. As mentioned in the story, having lost my own dad when I was 5 years old helped me understand where Nate is emotionally.