Holiday Inn Express Tuscaloosa-University
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... day and Newks another with coffee pastries by Panera another morning. Cheryl Winger always makes sure that we have coffee and snacks during their stay with us. One lady from their church back home made many bags of cookies that lasted throughout the week.
We also had two dedications this week. Cretia Craigs house at 110 Juanita Drive was dedicated at 830 Friday morning and the rehab for Ms. Jennifer was dedicated at 11 ...
... Terry. Should be about 40 combined in the two groups.
Also we have three RV Care A Vanners starting with us for the next two weeks. The past two weeks we had Joy and Bob, Joe and Pam (Florida) and Mr. Pete.
On Monday, Trent from the Mennonites returns home to Minnesota, eh, after volunteering with us for the past 6 months. Two new young men will take his and Jeremy's place ...
... outside of 46 Juanita (our 46th house) for Ms. Dallas.
Brandon surprised me with a pnhone call one morning last week. Oops, I forgot to tell you, we have 30 sorority girls showing up for work today. He thought it was next week. We divied em up into three groups and did final cleaning at Jennifers, painted siding at 24 and moved topsoil for the final landscaping at 46, Gotta be flexible. They did pretty well not texting ...
... did not have a group of out-of-towners working with us. Great testimony to the giving spirit of the people of this nation. It also was kind of nice to have a break from herding the cats and have an opportunity to work just with our staff.
Our ever-shrinking staff (Stephen Scott headed out west and Nancy McDaniel started her job with Mercedes last week after working with me since Port Sulphur days) of ...
... ever seen on a college campus. The sorority houses look like plantation homes. Also, and I really hate to say this, but the stadium is ginormous! We were on top of a hill and when I saw it from a distance I was amazed. Then when we were up close – I was amazed again. I thought Kyle Field was big. Hopefully we will be just as big when our new stadium is complete. BUT, taking a picture was ...