Tis the season to be jolly and . . . sick. This week, the staff at the day shelter for homeless men where I work
On the Eleventh Day of December . . .
After experiencing some technical difficulties this evening, I proved triumphant and am happy and relieved to be able to share another example of the true spirit
On the Tenth Day of December . . .
Some of the greatest teachers and biggest motivators in my life are the guests at the day shelter for homeless men where I work, and
On the Seventh Day of December . . .
This seventh day of December found me in need of some goodness, as my body feels like it is fighting off another attack of germs,
On the Sixth Day of December . . .
Thanks to finally decking the halls with festive faux greenery and other assorted decorations and lights, it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas
On the Fifth Day of December . . .
This fifth day of December was awash with rain here in Kentucky, but it definitely couldn’t dampen the holiday spirits of many of the guests
On the Second Day of December . . .
Two days into December found me under the covers and under the weather. Even though I was down for the count today and could only
A Little Means A Lot
Working in a small non-profit day shelter for homeless men has taught me countless lessons. One lesson being that absolutely no donation is too small, but
Yet again, I found myself being taught what it means to be both grateful and giving by one of the gentlemen who visit the day
It’s Better to Give Than to Receive – GUEST POST
It’s Better to Give Than to Receive – by Kristi Jo Jedlicki There’s a common misconception that people who are homeless are lazy and looking