Everyday we get up from a nice comfy bed, and most of us have our day all planned out. Outside of a minor set backs, or delays, our day continues on with a certain amount or guarantees. At the end of the day, we come home, embrace family, have a meal, entertainment or activities. Before calling it another day.
But what if, we didn't have a bed, plans, a place to be? What if we had no guarantess, family or food to greet us at the end of the day? What does uncertainty look like from here? Sure you might have a tent or sleeping bag (but will it be there to come back to?) A place to eat? Planned balanced and nutritious diet? Hygiene? Cloths? Someone to help embrace your fears or loneliness? What if uncertainty was just a normal day into a life a just surviving. How would that look to you? Rick Rodgers
Frank a homeless Vet who served in Vietnam currently lives outside. A person who does not want people asking personal health information, avoiding all offers for intervention from the VA Hospital. We are able to serve him breakfast, provide resources that makes his day just a little better.