i feel like i've been one of the lucky ones. my time being homeless wasn't a titantic struggle, although it was certainly difficult. i escaped homelessness. i teetered on the edge of returning now and then but managed to avoid returning. for those still struggling with the issues of homelessness i hope they too can find their way out of it. i'll keep this website open and perhaps make an entry now and then about something. but my energy is spent and my time now is such i don't have much to devote to researching and writing. to be honest, i don't have the heart to do it anymore. the plans i had for an organization to help the homeless didn't materialize due to the lack of financial support it takes.
as for me, i'm going to spend my time drinking coffee, looking for that curly haired girl with the big smile and trying to make my small part of the world a better place. as for you, thank you for reading this website and for those who helped along the way, a big thank you. try to view the homeless as a person first and look beyond the stigmas of homelessness. whether it be good or bad that you see, loo at the person, not the situation. help someone when you can. smile at everyone and say good morning.
see you around town