"Some people have never been to a pantry before. Sometimes it takes everything they have to walk through that door. My life is no different. I’m just like them. We’re all human."
“It’s a profound experience being on the street. I’ve been there. It was about ‘how do I survive? You get the gear. You get the sleeping bag. You figure out where the food is.”
"Thank God we are here now, because we are free. My husband works every day in the mountains cutting brush. He makes little bundles, and for every 100 bundles he gets $50."