An Army veteran with a terminal illness has a wish that is simple and anyone can help with.
It doesn't require anyone to spend money, or give up a lot of their time, but would mean the world to a man who served his country.
Lee Hernandez is an 18 1/2 year Army veteran who served a tour in Iraq.
He has been battling health issues for 5 years but hit "rock bottom" more than a year ago.
Lee, is now in hospice care near his home in New Braunfels, Texas as he continues to have strokes that affect his vision and cognitive functions.
The 47-year-old man's body is deteriorating in spite of having 3 brain surgeries, according to his wife, Ernestine Hernandez.
Doctors have been unsuccessful at pinpointing the cause of Lee's illness and said there is nothing more they can medically do for him, other than keep him comfortable.
In spite of the grave circumstances, his wife has discovered a way to brighten Lee's day.
Continue to the next page to find out how and what you can do to help.