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am who I am be­cause of the peo­ple around me. If I fall, I know some­one will come and pick me up. I en­joy sell­ing at Park Sta­tion be­cause it’s safe and I get along with ev­ery­one. I used to sell at the hos­pi­tal and it was ter­ri­ble. I would see peo­ple who just got stabbed be­ing dragged into the build­ing, their blood mark­ing the floor. It was too much. The chal­lenge here is that there are so many ven­dors that your goods have to be unique. Make sure peo­ple un­der­stand that you are dif­fer­ent. My hope for the fu­ture is to be­come a bet­ter per­son and to own my own home. I wish that God can give me courage to go through with all the plans I’ve made. This week­end I was cry­ing a lot. Busi­ness is tough. My clothes aren’t sell­ing like they used to. I hope things will start to look up.”

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