Two years ago, this married mom decided to change the life of a homeless man who she regularly saw standing on a local street corner.
Not only is their friendship still going strong to this day, they are now using their story to help someone else in need.
Victor Hubbard first made national headlines in 2017 after Ginger Jones Sprouse invited him to live with her and her family in Clear Lake, Texas.
As a 38-year-old homeless man with mental illness, Hubbard had spent years standing on the same street corner waiting for the return of his mother. Despite how his mother never came back to retrieve him, Hubbard barely ever left the intersection.
Since Sprouse drove past the street corner several times a day, she felt heartbroken by Hubbard’s circumstances. She eventually struck up a friendship with the man and invited him to live with her.
Hubbard now has a job and a home of his own right next door to Sprouse’s – and they don’t plan on leaving each others’ side any time soon.
“We’re going to always be together unless he chooses to go some place else,” Sprouse told KHOU.
The dynamic duo now plan on paying their good fortune forward by using all of the proceeds generated from their recently-published book “Kinda Like Grace” to buy a house for someone who may need a little kindness and a roof over their head.