Yesterday our KBest crew crossed paths with a man who traveling cross country from Tennessee to California on a lawn chair strapped to a skateboard, being pulled by 2 snow dogs. Georgie Cutwright has already been on the road for 9 months with the mission of spreading the word of God and bringing awareness for rescue dogs and the homeless.
“I don’t really consider my situation homeless because I rest my head wherever I rest my head and I feel like it’s home for the night,” said Cutright.
“Jesus said ‘the birds have a nest to roost in, foxes have holes to den in, but the son of man has nowhere to rest his head.’ I think by that he meant that its okay. It’s okay not have a place to rest your head. God provided everywhere for you to rest your head, and as long as you have a hedge of protection above your head how could anything harm you?”
Cutwright told our KBest crew that they’ve been attacked by bobcats and ran over, but he tries to focus on the positive part of this experience, which is spreading the word of God. He went on to say that there are times that he feels like quitting but he’s inspired to continue.
“I just keep putting one foot in front of the other. True faith is seeing a mountain but not seeing the top; and knowing that if you keep climbing that mountain sooner or later you’ll reach the top. And once you reach the top…you can just coast down the other side,” said Cutwright.
One thing that he wants to people to remember is to not sweat the small stuff in life and to look at the bigger picture.
If you’d like to keep up with Cutright’s progress, you can find him on Facebook.