Dec. 10, 2012
It can be hard for people to look past the green grass on their own side of the fence to see a neighborhood infested with weeds.
The timeless argument of “walk–a-mile” in someone else’s shoes is hard to comprehend when the person is thousands of miles away and they’re wearing combat boots.
Professor of Computer Information Science Sheley Little admits to her once obliviousness to the trials and tribulations of the United State’s military troops.
That was until her son was deployed to Afghanistan last December. Little says that fear, concern, and realization all hit home when her baby boy was sent into combat.
It was then when her primal motherly instinct took over.
Little says she needed to feel proactive. She found a way