Erin, David, John, Erica, and I (Sara) have been working at Street Level Health Project 3 days a week. They asked us to create a mural of the Street Level story. It’s been amazing to see it come together. Major props to Erin & David – our lead artists & visionaries. (Don’t miss the slideshow captions!)
Our final presentation to Street Level is on Friday. Pray that this will be part of our witness and love to them & the community. We’ll post the final pictures soon!
On one day of orientation, we collected recyclables to earn lunch money. After walking through a BART parking lot only finding 5 cans (25 cents), we started getting more desperate. So when we passed by a Subway and saw that they sold bottled sodas, (YES!!) I couldn’t pass it by. I quickly surveyed the line, swallowed my pride, and dug my right arm into the trashcan. Here’s what happened:
Just as I do, this little boy (~3-4 years old) walks up to me and yells, “AHHHHHHH!!” while pointing at me. His mom hurries over, hushing him as the whole Subway line stares at me (as I am smiling at him and telling him “shhh”). I then gather my bearings, make sure the staff aren’t paying too much attention, and then walk over to the other trashcan and reach in. Again, the little boy runs over with a troubled smile and points at me as he yells, “AHHHHH!” I quickly grab the one bottle I find, hold my pointer finger over my lips as I quietly beg the little boy to be subtler, and walk out to Josef who is waiting outside for me.
I think it was worth the 3 bottles I found in there.