For three years, Victor Hubbard stood on a street corner — rain or shine — waiting for his mom to come back and get him.
Every day, residents of Kemah, Texas, passed the man as he stood between Nasa Road and El Camino Real, staring as they drove by. Ginger Sprouse, a married mother and owner of Art of the Meal, which offers cooking classes and private parties, was admittedly one of those people.
She probably saw Hubbard at least four times a day. Each time, she wondered why he was there. One day, in late December, she finally decided to roll down her window and ask.
“It really began to concern me and then I talked to a lot of people in the community and a lot of people wondered what was the deal,” Sprouse told CBS Houston affiliate KHOU.
Hubbard began to talk about his history, explaining that his mom left him, …