Thursday, December 15, 2011
Takes on Hope
The All-Man Crew manly drove from location to location, spreading their strength of hope and joy.
Perch enlightened the men with his stories of his tumultuous three years.
Unfortunately, Dean was also present under the Blue Bridge. Dean had been living in an apartment for several months, but he now finds himself back in the woods with his friend Joe. We handed the newly homeless a blanket and some sweatshirts.
I think the population of people seeking our assistance and smiles behind High Street Christian Church was close to 30, breaking any records I know of.
Ace triggered George, who blasted into a rant against swearing and how dirty the world is. In the past, George has always been very quiet and distant, but last night, he engaged the Hoban men and offered some keen observations about the world. He smiled (first time I've ever seen that), and said, "This is a good group of guys." I nearly dropped, stunned by his sudden positivity. We shook hands and the All-Man Crew headed back home, successful in their good tidings.
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