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... whim that he pulled into the Home Depot in Falls Church, Va. where I was working at the time and invited me to tag along. My first trip down there was in November of 2005. Katrina had passed thru in August of that year, with a 30 foot wall of water from the Gulf of Mexico completely wiping out masonry houses right down to the slab and floating a number of the smallers houses right off their piers like little boats floating ...
... a phone call from a local builder, Bill Lunsford. He asked me if I would be interested in some leftover fibreglas columns and caps and bases. They were perfect fit for the columns on the front of Ms. Dallas new home. I really hope that she (and Brandon) like them. I really did try to call Casandra for permission before setting them on Saturday (got voice mail). They'll be fine. Trust me, I'm a doctor.
... bottle of coke and like all good tours, ended up in the Gift Shop. Which of course I spent $75.
After a quick bite at Arbys (we’ve given up on finding all local restaurants), we headed to Auburn University. We are getting pretty good at navigating through these campuses and don’t think twice anymore about parking illegally. We found a good place for our picture ...
... of two 55 foot tractor trailers that were donated to us. We built a four foot deep landing across the back of both, built a wall at the end of each and installed a solid metal exterior door to keep tools and materials locked up safely. Also started building new design shelves to load up all of the equipment. Here's the motto and goal- "A place for everything and everything in ...
So, a priest, a rabbi, and iman and a pastor walk onto a Habitat site. But wait- it's not a joke. This week brings Williams College from northwest Massachusetts back with us for a third visit. The four adult leaders are just that. Their school has a strong emphasis on interfaith dialog. And, as friend Andrew Sices responded to the picture posted on FB, they don't get a punch line but they get a punch list.