Parked outside a small blue house in a village in Vietnam about a year ago, Jenna Lambertz wrestled with a sense of unreality.
How had she gotten here?
When Jenna Lambertz scribbled drawings of her family as a young girl, she’d use the peach crayon for her mom. Her dad. Her brother.
Then she’d reach for the brown crayon to draw herself.
Wayne William Gross grew up the same way most Iowa farm boys grew up in the 1940s and ’50s, God, country and sports.
The agony of defeat has only motivated Johnny Case.