Econo Lodge & Suites
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... me of a conversation that we had had that I didn't remember saying, but he said that when asked how many houses did I think we could build in the next few years together, my answer was fifty. Well, guess what? We did it.
Well, not just Brandon and me. One group of the many, many that have come to volunteer with us over the years is a group from Lafayette, Indiana called the Kairos Carpenters. It is led by a couple, Larry ...
... next six months. Besides being an awesome builder, Trent's claim to fame here in T-Town is that he sampled all 46 of the summer snow flavors while he was here. He couldn't decide on a first place favorite- said it was a tie between watermelon and green apple.
Joey Crimmins went back home to Indiana to work with Habitat there. He worked with us for two years here and will be ...
... on their phones the whole time.
We got rained out, actually, thunder and lightninged out on Saturday, so we went home after lunch when Ellen, our ED, called it. At first, I was a little upset that we wouldn't be able to set the trusses, but later in the afternoon, while chillin at the LD, I turned my thinking to- hey, an afternoon off is not so bad every once in a while.
That's all for this week. Ciao. Love to all. ...
... asked where he thought would be hotter, the bathroom that they were in or the tool container at the women's build. The steel shipping containers that we rent for tool storage at each house we build are usually about 15-20 degrees warmer than the outside. So, Brandon called a meeting in the container. most of the tools had been moved out, so we took our places, lying down on the 2 foot wide plywood storage ...
... dad was an Italian Catholic. Both groups, particularly back then, discouraged marrying outside of their religion and nationality. Both groups also said that couples should never divorce. My dad's parents did both. When they split up, my dad went with his mom and his brother, my Uncle Frank went with his dad to Florida. In all my life, as far as I know, my dad never spoke to his older brother after the split. I certainly never met ...