Yellowhammer Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... upon. Instead of letting it sit empty, two of our staff, Mary and Anna have been living there. Anna put together the special surprise party for me.
As my son Alex and I head into Thanksgiving week, I am reminded of how blessed I am to have such good friends and fellow servants of the Lord around me. That's all for this week. Hope all of you reading this have a great Thanksgiving and hope to see you here again soon. Roll Tide!
... sides only- front to back) the old record for installing the sixty or so 3 foot by 16 foot metal panels was two hours. When they heard about it, the record went down to an hour and a half. Not bad for some volunteers, eh?
The hello in this weeks title goes to Miss Mary, whose last name I will get for you next time. She had come with a college group last year sometime and had a great ...
... where you put brownie mix in muffin pan and then push another one on top of it so it makes like little brownie cups. Michelle was gracious enough to help out and they were a big hit. Put a scoop of ice cream and them toppings and whipped cream. Mmmmm. Merle's favorite food btw, anything with whipped cream on it. And he still lost 90 lbs. No fair!
We had a "builders blessing" of Jennifers home on Friday at 11 am to honor ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...