I was homeless the entire time (a year and a half) that I worked for this Roller skating shirt program. I think my coworkers knew, or at least had some idea, but it was never something I shared openly. I lived out of my truck with my dog through Colorado summers and winters in Denver. It took its toll on me. I showered in the locker rooms when I could. I snuck in at night and did laundry in the athletics department when I was sure nobody was around. I slept in walmart parking lots. I “moved” to Denver with a travel trailer someone had given me that had all of my possessions in it.
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I made the travel trailer work for as long as I could. This trailer housed everything I owned Roller skating shirt . Anything of sentimental value. Gear. Trinkets. Art. Everything. It wasn’t the most comfortable trailer. It had sat in a yard for years before I got it. The trim was peeling apart and none of the appliances worked. But it had a bed. A few months into my internship I left this trailer in a walmart parking lot during a backpacking trip I was running. When I got back the trailer had been towed. Everything was gone and I could not afford to get it back. So, from that point on, my dog and I lived out of the truck. We did this for almost 18 months. I did not make enough money to afford much of anything. There were frequent times where I had to decide whether to pay my truck insurance and cell phone bill or feed my dog.