Baymont Inn & Suites Tuscaloosa
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They tried to overwhelm me. Outnumbered 30 to 1. The mechanical engineering students from the University of Alabama came out Saturday to help build Cretia Craig's new home. Usually the ratio of staff to volunteers is a little better than it was yesterday. Mary Guinee, our Americorp National staffer, would have been with me to help herd the cats, but she had just spent the week at a conference ...
... with us. She signed up with Americorp National and has taken a position to work with us for one year. Mary is from Massachusetts.
The other hello of a new volunteer goes to Ms. Anna Kung, who came for two weeks from NYC, and felt called by God to come volunteer with us for a year also, instead of going to London, as she had originally planned.
The two of them will be staying in an ...
... and let Jennifer speak her heart of thanks to the volunteers. She received a prayer shawl, as did Brandon and Joey (I got mine back in Biloxi days). It was a great week for all.
Saturday, I worked with a two new groups, one local and one from Florida. The local is a group from the McClellan company in Birmingham that works as a subcontractor for the Mercedes plant here. They do industrial cleaning whenever the assembly ...
... her taking ownership of a zero percent mortgage home. At the end of the week we had a mini-builders blessing (not quite a dedication) for all of the volunteers. Jennifer gave a heartfelt speech for the crowd and we saw some tears of gratitude on her which then caused more tears in the audience. Moments like that make all of what we do make sense.
The other group, led by Pastor Bill, from Spruce Pines Presbyterian ...
... making quilts. He also made many rya rugs needlepoints, made all of the curtains in our home,etc. He made the wall hanging that is in my living room as we speak in Tuscaloosa.
He had quite a quick temper and although he never hit any of us, if we were doing something that he disapproved of, his one eyebrow would go up andthat was usually enough to get us to stop what we shouldn't have been doing. Just for the record and ...