Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa -East
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... he has dropped 90 pounds! (Weight watchers and walking 6 miles a day). They caravanned from their home in Minnesota. One new member of the group, Lisa Trainor, showed up a day early in order to take part in an 18 mile run. She came back to the camp after coming in 2nd and asked permission to clean all of the windows in the Lion's Den. Kind of caught me by surprise, so I said OK. Lisa was like the energizer bunny all ...
A three-peat for both groups this past week. Project Children is a non-profit group founded by Denis Mulcahy nearly forty years ago. Denis is a man that wanted to do something to help resolve the difficulties between Catholic and Protestants fighting it out in Northern Ireland back in the 70's. Denis is of Irish descent and is a former NYC cop and worked specifically on the bomb squad. He raised all of the funds ...
... typewriter with a stack on the right. All before computers or word processors were in common use.
When all us kids were little, he would gather us, a cupla at a time and make up stories. He was also quite a good cook. My mom would normally do the cooking during the week but Dad would always make Sunday dinner, about 2:00 in the afternoon. My favorite was roast beef, potatoes, carrots and onions with gravy. Mmmmm! His Sunday ...
... are probably 30 volunteers among the 2 groups, so weve got plenty of help, and may spread out to finish up some more sock the blocks.
Looking forward to R and R going up north to my sister Mary's home for the annual gathering of the clan at Thanksgiving. All 5 boys have said they'll make it this year along with a couple of steady girlfriends. Can't wait!!
That's all for now- Roll Tide, as they say down here (LS Who?)
... s punchlist done and all of the tools and materials shipped off and out to the next site. One of the highpoints for me on that project was the handrail that we had gotten from a sorority house that was being demolished. We re-cast the front steps (which needed adjustment anyway) to fit the two sections of handrail. Didn't cost nuthin' and looks great and didn't go in the landfill.