Storytelling with Erika Langley

Rindgo – married to a pastor, was a deeply religious man who also was a gunrunner in the nation’s capital. The children loved him. What? I love storytelling – especially when the story is TRUE! This week, HAPPINESS was receiving a surprise email from a photojournalist who authored an article about my work with homeless people in 1991. Some of those folks were addicted to drugs and alcohol or had AIDS. Rindgo had the added disadvantage of being an amputee, the loss of his leg having resulted from diabetes. All these people became my friends as they faced many challenges with bravery and – as it turned out – with LOVE. Today’s Guest Contributor, Erika Langley, contacted me recently and sent me a copy of her article, featuring Rindgo. You can read it below; but, first, let’s learn about Erika. Continue Reading →

Book Reviews of Three Hots and a Cot by Nancy Wyatt

Amazon + GoodReads Book Reviews: Three Hots and a Cot Sorry if I seem to be self-serving by posting these critiques of my book! However, reviewers have determined it is Continue Reading →

Homeless – Unforgettable Characters in a Shelter

feet + hands of homeless man picking up coins #vss365 #prompt #empower

In honor of National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week, November 11 – 19, I offer this script, which is about Real People whom I met while volunteering at a very Continue Reading →

Homelessness, Three Hots and a Cot ~ True Stories

Homelessness Can Happen to Any Hapless Person This script is an excerpt from my book / playbook of true stories about homelessness. It is called “Three Hots & A Cot, Continue Reading →

Homelessness & Domestic Violence ~ Two Plays

Homelessness and domestic violence in America. Children in shelters. Continue Reading →

Did Nancy Get Lost? Update!

How many of you have wondered, “Did Nancy Get Lost?”  Update! Thanks for you concern.  The update answer is, “No.” On the other hand, I FELT lost, when my computers Continue Reading →