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Homeless Single Mom, Daughters Live in a Seattle Van

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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:26 pm

But that is because Carey is an amazing woman doing the best she can to raise a family while experiencing homelessness. I know deep down it must hurt, but Carey is not going to show it to her children. She is going to be the best mom possible while they survive this challenge -- together!

Carey manages the We Are Visible Facebook Community and the InvisiblePeople.tv Facebook Page along with the Twitter feeds @WeAreVisible and @InvisiblePeople. But right now, because they are back in the van, she has very limited internet access.

You can also find Carey on her own blog CareyFuller.com and her twitter feed @CareyFuller .

The story of a homeless mother raising two children while living in a van needs to be told better than I can. What I experienced yesterday has changed me. Carey's story is powerful and I strongly believe this is the story the world needs to hear and see.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-horvath/homeless-single-mom-daughters_b_889503.html

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