People from around the world answered the call for help. 
In doing so, they brightened the day of a dying Army veteran who wanted nothing more than to hear from us.
The simple act of sending a text message meant the world to Lee Hernandez, who served the country for 18½ years.  
The 47-year-old is under hospice care in New Braunfels, Texas. His dying wish was to receive text messages and phone calls from anybody willing to talk to him.
His wish was granted thousands and thousands and thousands of times over.
“Had one of the best days in a long time and even danced! This is huge,” he said on a GoFundMe page set up Sunday for Lee.
Lee’s wife, Ernestine, who will celebrate her 13th wedding anniversary with him next week, enlisted the help of Caregivers of Wounded Warriors and the Arizona Veteran Forum to spread to word. 
In a matter of days, Lee’s inbox was filled with more than 100,000 text messages. …