We could all use a little help now and again. That was especially true for Beth Moore when she found herself traveling alone with two young children. Her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Jason Moore, had returned to Fort Hood, Texas, early.
After unforeseen circumstances stranded her in Ohio, she took refuge at the United Services Organization near the airport.
“Fortunately we were right next to the USO, so I was able to bring the kids in there and wait for who knows how long," she said.
When she got there, Beth instantly became overwhelmed by the needs of her 2-year-old and her 7-month-old.
USO volunteer Peggy Littrell's instincts kicked in and she immediately jumped in to help. What she did next brought Beth's husband to tears.
Using two lounge chairs and a blanket, she made a crib for the Moore's baby to nap in.
Cancelled flight, hectic travel and no bed for your little one?“Fortunately we were right next to the USO ( USO of...Posted by USO on Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Cancelled flight, hectic travel and no bed for your little one?“Fortunately we were right next to the USO ( USO of...
“When I got home my husband couldn’t believe it when I told him what happened,” Beth said. "He typically doesn’t share something like this on social media, but It really touched him that someone would take so much time out to care for his family.”