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You know it’s funny to see the expressions on other people’s faces when you tell them you’re homeless, especially when you run across old classmates or friends of family that didn’t know as much as they thought they did. Relax, … Continue reading
After an interesting conversation with my youngest’s teacher, I have discovered that my daughter actually told her class that she was homeless. This is the email the teacher sent to me after I sent her a message saying “She did?”: … Continue reading
I got an email the other day from my youngest daughter’s teacher about a “Cool U” interview with each student in class. Typical of my daughter not to say anything about this project until the last-minute! I didn’t see the … Continue reading
I never said to myself, “Gee, I’d like to be a poster child for homelessness.” Who would say that? Then again, sometimes life has a way of taking you on a journey to places you’ve never been or thought you’d … Continue reading
Memories of Minnie.