Anything good is possible even for homeless individuals.
See what happened to Ted Williams, the homeless man with the golden voice, “one year after a video of him showing off his radio voice went viral”:
About a year ago, Ted Williams was a homeless man standing along Ohio’s I-71 in Ohio, US, holding the following sign:
“I HAVE A GOD GIVEN GIFT OF VOICE. I’M AN EX-RADIO ANNOUNCER WHO HAS FALLEN ON HARD TIMES. PLEASE! ANY HELP WILL BE GRATEFULLY APPRECIATED. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS. HAPPY HOLIDAYS.”
Yahoo News provided the following update to my previous blog A Touching Tale of a Homeless Man With a Golden Voice.
- has a clean haircut, glasses
- is no longer wearing a camouflage jacket
- is living under a roof with a fireplace, a flat-screen TV and a walk-in closet that doubles as a recording studio
- has completed a three-month drug rehabilitation program
- is off the streets and is working
- is living just outside Columbus, Ohio in Dublin, U.S.
- is doing voice-overs for a Boston-based cable network
- is sober and doing much better
- his book titled A Golden Voice: How faith, hard work and humility brought me from the streets to salvation is set to be released in May
Good Luck Ted Williams!
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