I would try to remain calm and patient, explaining why it took me time to locate bags but my explanations always fell on deaf ears.
We were shown where we would sleep, and it was on the floor; fortunately we had carried sleeping bags.
In addition to staying at the homeless shelter, we also took part in chores, which reminded me of the mission high school I went to where doing chores was a requirement. This was my first direct interaction with the homeless.
I always thought that jobs were plenty since I often get off-campus job opportunities in my college emails.
When it was time to choose a winter term class, I looked at all these fancy classes which were available but I was attracted by the Inner City Missions class.