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... week.), installing the rest of the black felt paper in the rest of the house where we would be installing tongue and groove bamboo flooring.
I asked the group if anyone had ever installed ceramic tile before. No response. Oh well, it's easy, I will show you how. Who wants to learn? 6 hands go up. Come with me please. The secret to doing quality tile work, I tell them, is to put the first ...
... trips to Gautemala (in January with Larry Winger and a Global Village group), Honduras in late June, Nepal I'm not sure when yet, and oh yea, just cause I can't count so well, Bart Tucker's hosting a Biloxi reunion build in August of 2015 that I can't miss too. I am researching setting up a fundraising page to help support my habit. You've been forewarned.
That's all for this week. Luv ya'll. ...
... week was a group of two. Anna Kung was here with us back in May and had a good time and came back and brought her friend Sarah. Anna is of Chinese descent and works in NYC. Sarah lives in Indiana. Anna told me that she found God in Tuscaloosa while she was here in May and she wants to come volunteer with us for a year instead of going to London.
The two groups melded well. Both stayed at Y's Acres. ...
... Nancy was always quick on the draw when asked, "Anyone have a Sharpie?" Mine are usually on the dresser at home, but Nancy never failed to have one at the ready. She has taken a position at the Mercedes plant nearby and will be working in logistics, which is good because that's what she sparkled at with us hear. She plans to save up for the next year and then will travel where the Lord leads her.
On Saturday, a ...
... the lifestyle.
My friend from Peru and Luuhville, Crystal Manoske, had brought a group from her church, including Pastor Paul, over from Opelika to work with us for the week. Opelika is in Alabama and is home of (ahem- don't know if I'm allowed to say this or not) Auburn University. Roll Tide, Roll Tide, Roll Tide. OK, now it's OK.
That's all for this week. Happy Father's Day to all the dads in the audience. Love ya. ...