It’s easy to take things for granted.
I met a father-of-two a few weeks back whose relationship break up had left him homeless.
Lee Mobley, 40, spent two months homeless.
The day I met him, he was still getting used to a flat he could call his own. The floor was still bare, but it was home.
His joy at having a place to rest his head and to which his two girls could come and stay was palpable, and infectious!
“To have my own home again is tremendous, it means I can start thinking about the future.
“At last I have a place my two daughters can come and visit and am now able to get back to work.
“It is life-changing. It is home.”