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Me too.

The card was kind of dumb if you ask me; it read: “Name the animal you most identified with before getting help for your problem.” What are we, 12? I thought, but then again, I’d chosen this exercise for our … Continue reading

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Dear Me,

This was originally written to myself, for myself only- but after sharing a tiny snippet, a couple folks asked to read it. My initial thought? Umm, HELL NO. But then I decided to listen to my own voice below and … Continue reading

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Hit On By the Homeless…Dog.

I never really anticipated being the Crazy Dog Lady – I mean, it was never my intention at least. For 5 years I had been the obsessed owner of a sweet (albeit terrified of her own shadow) pit-bull, Bella and … Continue reading

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The Day I Met You.

This is not a love letter. Well, maybe it is, but not of the romantic variety. This is a letter to Lucy, to Andre, to Darryl and all of the other men and women I have met who have been … Continue reading

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Homeless Bill of Rights; Join the Movement

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” –Martin Luther King, Jr. THE HOMELESS BILL OF RIGHTS: 1. Right to move freely, rest, sleep, & pray and be protected in public spaces without discrimination. … Continue reading

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Interviewed By America’s Favorite CoverGirl.

When I was a kid I was constantly playing ‘interview.’ (Wow. I think I just realized I was a huge dork.) I would ask myself a series of questions as a journalist and then answer them as myself…or rather, the … Continue reading

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#FitchTheHomeless 2.0 [A Homeless Perspective]

Two nights ago I wrote this post in response to the recent video made by Greg Karber, in which he attempts to “rebrand” Abercrombie & Fitch. I’ll be honest, I expected about 100 or so people to read and not … Continue reading

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#fitchthehomeless

In the last 12 hours this video has been sent to me several times, mostly with notes of ‘awesome, look at this!,’ while only one claiming Greg Karber (video maker) is missing the mark (that is actually a very mild … Continue reading

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Have You Taken Your Homeless Vaccine Today?

I have been thinking all week that I’d like to tattoo this on my forehead, but I haven’t figured out the right font, so for now I will just post it here: “Perhaps we’d be better served talking about people … Continue reading

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Something Good In This World.

I had a little anecdote all geared up and ready for you folks yesterday, but in the wake of the tragedy in Boston, to write about burnt popcorn and my inability to properly use our office refrigerator felt a bit insolent. To be quite honest, … Continue reading

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