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... where you put brownie mix in muffin pan and then push another one on top of it so it makes like little brownie cups. Michelle was gracious enough to help out and they were a big hit. Put a scoop of ice cream and them toppings and whipped cream. Mmmmm. Merle's favorite food btw, anything with whipped cream on it. And he still lost 90 lbs. No fair!
We had a "builders blessing" of Jennifers home on Friday at 11 am to honor ...
... Carolina are also on their third annual visit with us. One young man, Noah, I swayyuh, grew one foot since his last visit! They were working building a storage building, soup to nuts, for most of the week and finished it up nicely. Especially the custom door made by Boomeranger Bob for the building. Dadoed and all.
We love it when the groups come back and bring their friends with them.
Finally, this week ...
... the lifestyle.
My friend from Peru and Luuhville, Crystal Manoske, had brought a group from her church, including Pastor Paul, over from Opelika to work with us for the week. Opelika is in Alabama and is home of (ahem- don't know if I'm allowed to say this or not) Auburn University. Roll Tide, Roll Tide, Roll Tide. OK, now it's OK.
That's all for this week. Happy Father's Day to all the dads in the audience. Love ya. ...
... a serious case of Habititus. She even extended her stay by a day so that she could work with the group again on Saturday. I suggested to her that when she calls to reschedule her flight back home that she mention habitat and see if they would waive the $200 fee. She tried "the ask" and guess what happened? That's right! Millard Fulller, the founder of Habitat, always said that he had tried both and he found that the ask works ...
88 students from four different universities on their alternative spring breaks came to work with us in Tuscaloosa last week. 42 of them came from George Washington Univ. in DC, the rest were from UVA, USC and FSU. I got half of the GWU students and we continued working on the new home of DeQuisha Land. We are only in the second week of volunteer construction ( the week or two before the subcontractor had poured the footings, ...
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