An Angel

When I first came to town and started going to the soup kitchen I met a man who told me about an Angel.  That’s what he called her.  She’s a beautiful lady (inside and outside) who has a comfortable life but instead of living a selfish life, only for herself, she goes about doing good.

She’s a good Samaritan.  I don’t know everything she does but I know she gives out bus passes, blankets, clothes and more.

E got arrested AGAIN last night because SOMEONE keeps calling the cops on her.  I was told The Angel will “take care of everything” in the morning.  E’s car was towed and I’m just guessing but I think The Angel will probably pay to get her car back from the tow yard.  Maybe she will post bail too, I’m not sure.

Thank you our Angel for helping so many people.  I have recently seen people get sober and clean from drugs because of your care and that of the people at the soup kitchen and the churches in the area (and probably some other people too.)  At first I thought you all were enabling people to stay in their addiction but if they want help, you are there for them with an open wallet and an open heart.


About Maureen, Living in a Van

I'm a free-sleeper living in a van in the prettiest part of the world. I do this partly due to financial circumstances and partly because I love a good adventure.
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4 Responses to An Angel

  1. Gypsy Purl says:

    There is a time and a place for everything. Jesus always knows who to place where and at what time they are needed. Everything and everyone has a purpose, even the Cobra, and these people are placed in our lives for a season. Sometimes the reason is because we need a friend or guidance at that time, or maybe for a life lesson. I thank God for Angels too! Stay safe in your travels.

  2. Ryu says:

    Interesting! Alot of characters in the free sleeping world.

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