Have you ever had breakfast with Sally? Perhaps not, for in this case Sally is short for the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen in Bremerton, WA. Former successful businessman Richard LeMieux has lived better than the average American, but descended, through economic and personal failures, to homelessness for almost two years. Writing of life on the streets with his dog, Willow, he introduces a cast of characters from his experiences and reminds us that each struggling person has a life story that speaks of his or her humanity and value. He notes that he found that, "given help and a sense of direction, most will help themselves and even help others." Along the way, he also discovers the value of public libraries and that he has a talent for writing that he wants to share with others. This inspirational political and social memoir can offer readers hope for a renewal of faith in God and humanity. All public libraries will want this book for their collections.