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The first time I went into the shelter, I was scared to death. All those bunk beds, all those people. I was like, Shit.
I had a little money in my pocket, so I slept in my clothes with my money in my pocket that night, because I just didn’t know: When I got in, it was at night, and most of the people were asleep when I got in there. During the day, when I looked around and seen what was what, got oriented, it was a little easier.
I’d been couch hopping for a while, but I couldn’t get anything done. I needed somewhere to stay.