Howard Johnson University Of Alabama Tuscaloosa
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... working-on-the-house- hours was 51. At the dedication, someone said, "Well then, you shoulda built two."
We had a great group of volunteers for the week from Michigan and Florida. This was their fourth trip down (or up) to work with us. Dave, Chris and Amy, Ross, Tom, bunch of great guys with willing hearts and mad skills that God sent just at the right time.
As usual, Brandon set us up for success, ...
... have to just bring the group here and then turn around and go back to finish harvesting the soy bean crop. Fortunately for all, their son Andrew is just as hard a worker as his dad, and he finished up in time for Larry to be able to spend the week here with us.
Many of those who come to help are couples. Don Johnson and his wife Shirley have been with us many times. Don is 75 years old (not going to say Shirley's age) and ...
Tomorrow marks two weeks since I moved into Bryce Lawn 607, and I think I'm FINALLY getting the hang of Alabama.
Nobody's on campus today :( Everybody's either home for the long weekend or at the kickoff game against West Virginia in Atlanta. I'd love to have gone, but I'm also really thankful for Julie for being my only friend as I try to remember how to ...
... 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. ...
... br> I tend to be a pretty loyal person with friends and employers (used to be able to include spouses but that's another story) so I held out as long as possible to keep working with Bart, but when it looked like the Fuller Center wasn't going to happen, I joined forces with Habitat again. That was three years and about 45 new homes ago.
In those three years, this past week is only the second week ...