No matter how trying, crazy, long, and unpredictable your week has been, I'll bet you're grateful for the country that we live in, where you can have a voice and use it without fear. I'm reminded of this by not only the election (the process, the reaction) but by the chorus of voices frustrated by the second of two weather punches in a row, and an assignment I had the privilege to play a small part in:
Our documentary detailing an American father's journey to Iraq to see the place where his soldier son died.
" 108 Hours: A Father's Journey to Iraq" takes YOU on Robert Stokely's personal journey to Iraq. His quest is wrought with danger, life-or-death decisions at every turn, and an ending that left me yearning for more for the Georgia father.
But know this: the conclusion of the documentary is not the end of the story. Robert Stokely joins me right after the documentary , to answer the questions his journey did not. It's an emotional glimpse inside a parent's mind, about how far he's willing to go for a son who was willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for a country where we are free to have a voice.