Microtel Inn By Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa
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... side to this entire meal was the gravy. It was way too butter and more like soup than gravy. I'm not sure how they make it, but I've been back since this trip and the gravy is the same. Whatever they are doing with it makes it not worth eating.
Overall Impression: Excellent linked sausage. Terrible gravy.
... to be broken through to crosss those last little items off the punchlist.
Brandon and Joey and Alex were all in the Faith Builds bathroom, painting the last doors. The electric is not on in the house yet and they had a halogen lamp in the small space with them. In addition to the 90 degree heat that day, no AC yet in the house, the little lamp is also lke a little space heater. Brandon, when they were ...
... cover to keep things cool. Nice breezes every once in a while. Most of the kids are quite fair skinned and prone to sunburn something fierce if not careful.
The majority of the 25 students worked on installing siding and caulking and painting a new home for Jennifer Miles, a single veteran of the Iraq war. Jennifer has been a model homeowner who really gets the importance of the sweat equity hours required ...
... The finish on the cabinets was not that diferent- one was a medium dark maple and the other had a little more reddish color. No one on staff caught it and both sets were installed in the wrong house. It was not until Ernestine came along afterwards and said, Uh, that is not the cabinets that I picked. Oooops. Not that it happens that often, but if a mixup occurs or something is installed not to our standard, I generally will ...
... even after the kids left home and was a favorite activity to drop by to visit with his grandkids.
One of my favorite memories of my dad is during the turbulent 60's (hippie times) and one night out of the blue, he asked me if I would like to go see the Beatles movie, Let it Be. I guess I was so moved that he would want to see something that I was interested in.
Dad also was a very creative person and both he and my ...