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... outside of 46 Juanita (our 46th house) for Ms. Dallas.
Brandon surprised me with a pnhone call one morning last week. Oops, I forgot to tell you, we have 30 sorority girls showing up for work today. He thought it was next week. We divied em up into three groups and did final cleaning at Jennifers, painted siding at 24 and moved topsoil for the final landscaping at 46, Gotta be flexible. They did pretty well not texting ...
... 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 ...
... On the night of his prayer, it was raining and, as he was lying on his bed he looked up and the roof had leaked a little bit, enough to make the shape of a cross on the ceiling. Lucky for me. And my siblings.
Dad served in the army before he was married and was stationed in Ft. Riley Kansas. That was the last cavalry division of the army that still used horses.
After they were married, they moved to Washington, DC area. ...
... leading and rather suggesting to Nancy what comes next or helping her tofigure out the next steps. The young ladies from Clemson and USC were quick studies. Most had not used power tools before coming to Tuscaloosa, but after a week they were all confident enough to pick up a circular saw or nail gun. Very inspiring.
Our Mennonite friends jumped up on the roof for the last two days of ...
... a cupla times and is bringing a group from her church to work with us in the summer.
Had our sad farewell party for Kale of the Mennonites this past week. Kale is 6'7" and has a great servants heart and can do anything well. He will be sorely missed. The Mennonites bought a house here in T-Town after the April 2011 tornado and since that time have had rotating single guys (four at any one time) work with ...