Homeless Nashville

How do you describe being homeless? Growing up in a middle class family, doing all the right things. Then one day, you are on the street.What Happens now?

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Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Now that I am no longer homeless, I still hope to help others. There are a few who truly want off the streets, out of the soup lines. Back to a "normal" way of living. Everyone who is homeless isn't a bum, nor a criminal. There are those that just need a chance. My first day as a homeless person was April 1st, 1997. From then on its been an unreal experience. Not one I would suggest anyone go thru, but one I know I have learned from. I hope in some way this blog helps you, the reader know a little about me. But more important , I hope it helps you understand a little more about homeless people in general.



Very nice day here in Nashville. Cool, but sunny.
I hope your weekend , where ever you are is wonderful.
Not a lot to write about today, I haven't much time. I got several emails I had to answer so , with my limited time, I won't be putting much on here today. I will however be in tomorrow.
Nothing on the job search front yet. But I am still hopeful.
One thing I would like to say, to any homeless here in Nashville that read this blog. We need to clean up! The little park across from the library is a mess. With so much trash that could be put in the proper containers, people urinating in the bushes( thats disgusting and so needless, no wonder the general public takes such a dim view of all of us)its a mess. CLEAN UP! Then clean yourselves up. There are free showers all over town. USE ONE! Please. In order for the Mayors plan, or any plan for that matter, to get us off the streets to work, WE have to hold up our end of the bargain. And part of that is stop living like pigs. TODAY!


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