Their Shoes #26

Stephen’s a regular client of the shelter. For the past several months, he’s joined their Street Patrol. Looking for the homeless for two or three hours a day in alleys, dumpsters and parks. Handing out hygiene kits and lunches. Informing them of the shelter as a place to eat, shower and obtain clothing. Stephen’s shoes… Continue reading Their Shoes #26

A Fantastic Day!

We’ve all had rotten days. Days where nothing goes right. Every time something goes wrong, we reinforce it. We tell anyone within earshot, “See? Nothing is going right today! But, what if we focused on what went well? Well, on Thursday, I tried that approach. A day where everything went wonderful… I had planned the… Continue reading A Fantastic Day!

Their Shoes #25

Wayne takes most of his meals at the shelter. He tries to eat enough to stay full overnight until the shelter opens for breakfast. Wayne’s shoes were purchased at Walmart. He thinks Walmart has good prices and quality. Wayne believes stores like Sears overcharge for their “stuff”. What is your biggest struggle with poverty on a daily basis? “It’s… Continue reading Their Shoes #25

On Being Serenaded

Every woman should date a musician at least once. Just to see what it’s like to be with an artsy type of guy. I did just that in my first year of university. I was studying math and sciences.  Calculus and statistics and biology and physics labs. Rick was a blue-eyed, blond-haired guitarist studying communications.… Continue reading On Being Serenaded