Yellowhammer Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... He would have ten plates spinning on sticks. He would start one, then another, then antoher, until he had them all spinning, but then would have to go back to the earlier ones when they slowed down and would start to wobble. It's a very true description of what I do.
I am truly blessed to have the "job" that I do. Even though a little panic tries to set in every once in a while.
... sheathed that, installed black felt paper and then the Mennonites installed the metal on the roof to have the home "blacked in" and ready for the mechanical subcontractors to begin work.
Additionally, Brandon had them shift over to another site, this one at 110 Juanita Drive for the day. When you looked at it first thing in the morning, it looked like a daunting task. This home is being built with ...
... of mostly women came with friend Tollie Meggs, a fellow Capstoner, who leads a group called Out of the Boat. Tollie loves Jesus and is also a person whose words and actions are the same. She told me a few weeks ago that she would bring 30 people and that she did. Her group mostly painted the whole house. It is not built yet, but they painted all of the siding that will be installed on the house and then ...
... she led a group of 12 that included her churches new pastor, Paul Ferrell, Wayne and Charlotte Yarbough, father and son team of Ken and Nathan Wallace, Georgia friends Nancy and Ron Scroggins. Josh came a day later and was tag teamed as he left by sister Alli from Auburn.
The group stayed at the Y's Acres camp during the week. One other individual, Jimmie, got adopted into the group as well. Jimmie drove from ...
... sides. Last week, too, we built a wall and installed a lockable steel door for access into both (instead of using the roll up type doors that are common on trailers). The goal in setting these up is "A place for everything and everthing in its place" A lofty goal, I realize, but ya gotta go for it, nomesayin?
Most of the females in the group worked on the Women's build and finished up ...