Last updated 6/29/2021 at 11:55am
The older veterans stood in a semi-circle in the rear parking lot of the coffee shop, watching the activity and drinking coffee. What they were watching was the creation of the first two tiny homes that would eventually launch the Veterans Village.
Sarge had found construction drawings in the trash done by one of his homeless dormitory veterans, David, who had finally confessed that, yes, he used to be the owner of a construction company.
“But that was before,” David said. Before his life took a nosedive. Before he’d ended up homeless.
“And this is now,” said Sarge, spreading out...