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    As 2015 got underway, A Woman’s Place (AWP) announced a new alliance with another organization serving people in need in our community: the Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless (CSSH).

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    This past week, as a relatively new staff member at A Woman’s Place (AWP), I attended five full days of Direct Service Training.

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    Every year, around this time, I rewind to Christmas in the mid-80s. For the sake of clarity, let’s say 1985.

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    What is amazing about gratitude is its volume.

    As in, gratitude can fit the size of a life to include your family, your friends, and all your loved ones. It can also squeeze into the tiny corners of a pocket, like the perfect parking spot or the mornings you find an extra fifteen minutes to snooze. Read more...