A year ago I went into junior year of high school homeless a…

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  1. I didn’t expect this post to get very much attention but since it has I think I should provide more information. Around a year and a half ago I ran away from home. I had recently bought a car with money I’d saved and I lived out of my car for around 4 months or so. During this time I continued to go to school and work and maintained a gpa of 3.5 (barely). I usually rotated where I spent the night every week or so to avoid attention. That’s when I met Mike and Sally (the beautiful couple sitting next to me). They asked me what I was doing sleeping in my car and I was honest with them, and that’s when they offered to let me stay with them until I got back on my feet. A year later and here we are and I couldn’t be happier! My mother knows where I am and is fine with it. My father isn’t in the picture. When I turn 18 in November I hope to buy my own place. Then I hope to graduate and go to college where I plan to be a biochem major. Thank you for all the comments I’ll try to respond to as much as I can!!!

  2. I am so happy for you and everyone. I am happy for you all. Thank you for sharing some beauty and kindness in this world.

  3. So amazing!! You deserve the world, young man.

    I wish the best for you and your [new family? Hopefully], I’m sure you’re making them proud every single day.

    I hope to see you post when you graduate.

  4. You have been through a lot on your own, and you have been resilient and strong. And now you have a team on your side! I can only imagine the amazing things that you will do next!

  5. Congratulations for staying so dedicated to your studies, especially while last experiencing homelessness!!! You are incredible!

    And you three look so happy!

  6. It says so much about your character that you continued with school on your own, especially when there’s so many bad choices you could have made. Also that you’ve been honest with everyone, your new family and the family you ran away from.

    It sounds like you have such a blessed and promising life ahead of you. Continue to take care of yourself, your new family and your Mom. Praying for an outpouring of blessings on you all.

  7. You’re all incredible people, this is so beautiful ❤️ God job for staying in school even during one of the hardest times in your life so far. Go on as well to college or trade school! Start a good career and make good money ❤️

  8. I love this so much. Knowing there are still kind, caring, generous people in the world makes me feel better about the world. Congratulations on finding each other.

  9. I am very happy for you. Mike and Sally are great people. They have your back. You have a comfort zone when you have those people.

  10. THIS. I’m so proud of you and love your pseudo parents. Keep on truckin, my friend. You’re gonna be fine. 🤘🏻

  11. This is so sweet! You all are lucky to have each other! And I’m happy to hear that you’re working hard for an amazing future ahead! I wish you good luck 🍀

  12. This is the kind of thing I needed to see on a Wednesday after a long day of work. I don’t know you, but I love you so much. Keep on keeping on, and NEVER look back! Wishing you all the success you come upon in life. I hope to meet you one day!

  13. Oh wow this really hit a nerve for me, I’m really crying.

    I was homeless in high school too and it was only thanks to some very kind and understanding people that I managed to graduate on time. It hurts my heart so much to see innocent young people in these situations. It’s so lonely. I can’t tell you how happy I am to see you have peace and stability. Good luck out there young man, you deserve this love ❤️