A Spokane ministry honors the life of a homeless woman, who so many had forgotten and overlooked.
Blessings Under the Bridge serves food to more than 200 of Spokane's homeless and less fortunate every Wednesday downtown under the I-90 overpass. Their goal is to restore hope and dignity to the people they serve.
"She showed me love that I'd never seen before," explained Clay Brock. He remembers his wife Carrol Ann as spunky, spiritual, and outrageous.
Carrol Ann carried that positive attitude with her throughout a difficult life, riddled with addiction and homelessness.
"It was hard," Clay said.�"We were out on the streets, she was sick, and of course we're both addicts, even though she was dying of alcoholism she had to keep drinking."
Mike and Jessica Kovac with Blessings Under the Bridge met Carrol Ann out on those streets. She came to get a hot meal every Wednesday, and their friendship grew.
"It's like losing a friend or family member," Mike explained.