This morning, people all over America woke up in a bed, hit the snooze on the alarm, and eventually dragged themselves through a shower routine and out the door. They might have thought, “this is going to be a great day,” or they might have thought, “I hope I don’t get fired today.” The challenges of getting a job and keeping it are daunting enough. For the homeless, reporting to work or school every day is a challenge that must seem insurmountable. Add, I hope I can find a place to shower, to the morning thoughts list, and having a great day takes on a completely different meaning. Fortunately, for homeless men in the Twin Cities, a place called Secure Waiting Space makes the morning routine possible.