Daphne - Homeless in Florida

Daphne


“Things got complicated” is how Daphne describes living homeless. She was laid off then unemployment checks stopped. Living outside homeless is not camping. If you are the outdoors type and enjoy camping you know it’s […]

Daphne

“Things got complicated” is how Daphne describes living homeless. She was laid off then unemployment checks stopped.

Living outside homeless is not camping. If you are the outdoors type and enjoy camping you know it’s choice. After a few days or a week you can go back to living with a roof, shower, fridge and bathroom.

Long time ago when I started this I learned my lesson with pit bulls in homeless camps and cars. But a ‘gator’ is whacked.

Earlier that day Daphne visited the ID clinic I highlighted here

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  • Anonymous

    Your blog does quite a service. Hopefully, those who see your posts will be kinder to the homeless, find ways to help them, and realize that they are not faceless. Have you ever thought about putting these profiles into a book?

  • ABLE3

    First, everything depends on resources, any kind. Camping for survival is hard hitting and treacherous or can be. If you secure any incoming income you can if you have the skill to retreat to wilderness, safer there for you than any city on the planet. And you learn and learn on all fronts, survival, social and emotional and spiritual. If you cannot secure a campground, or have the knowledge to be outside what the USFS calls the redline, you are stuck with human monkeys. You will become a professional camper.. up you skills, up your abilities for F (en) perish. How do know this —–? I have lived going on 8 years now!

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