to connectVideoLarry turn Green, a homeless man in Dallas was being taken off the streets and given a complete make-over for father’s day.
A homeless man in Dallas, received a life-changing gift to a local barber shop over the weekend, making one of his Father’s Day extra special this year.
Larry Green,, 60, was taken off the streets and be treated to a complete make-over earlier this weekend. The father-of-four, with 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, has been homeless for 20 years. Its rough and rugged looks have been changed, and the rotation of the entire father with a new person, according to CBS-11.
“She let me know that I’m still human,” Green said of his makeover and a stylist, “Ms. Hot Hands.”
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The stylist said that she wanted to be Green and feel special on the weekend for Father’s Day, all dads need to be appreciated.
“We just want to make him feel good and show him, because he is not financially stable right now, he is still rated,” feel, ” Lady and Warm your Hands,” he said.
Green says that the haircut will help him to achieve what he wants to do in life, it is a big part of his relationship with his children. It gave him the confidence to just be herself now.
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“See, my child, and be who I am,” he said. “I know that they make me look like someone else. I don’t feel so low. I don’t feel like I’m a nobody.”
Green was given a new haircut, a new suit of clothes, and a new way of looking at life. The remake will also be a single room in a hotel, and had dinner with friends who helped him out on the streets during the father’s day weekend.
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“It has been a blessing. I can see the real me,” he said.