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... Rachel was a young lady in their group that was on her first mission trip.
We also dedicated the Faith Build house, new home for Ernestine Burrell, this past week. Volunteer house leader Ben Ashton received his golden hammer award and I got him in trouble for my quick post pictures to facebook. About 15 of the Lawrenceville young ladies were all kneeling and praising Ben with raised hands and I ...
... that Ron had worked for Dr. Frost twice with two of the companies that he bought and sold. I suggested that we call him right then to say hi, but Ron said he didn't have his number with him but that we should send him an email to request a million or so to help Habitat in Tuscaloosa. Ron, make sure you cc me on tht one please. Like Millard Fuller, the founder of Habitat would always say, he tried both the ask and the don't ask ...
... which was similar to my parents mix. That's got to have something to do with why I liked these guys so much and had such a great week. The girls took to calling me Uncle Peter (or Peta).
They stayed at our Y's Acres camp and we had them over for a cupla meals and Banangram tournaments. The Lion'sDen fulfilling it's purpose of creation, being a place to make volunteers who are ...
... s Den, to his very own room (formerly Stephen Scott's room) in the little house I bought when I first came here 3 years ago. Nancy and Joey Crimmins are his room mates. I'm not going to embarass him in telling the story about the cap to the tooth paste.
Glorious spring weather lately, except for the tornado warnings last Monday.
Ya'll come on back and hep us again, heah? that's all for this week. Love you all. ...
... of that program also came for a visit last week. We are working on getting RV spots available again out at Y's Acres.
A few years ago, my former wife told me- "You have and easy job". Since herding cats is actually not that easy, I asked her why she thought that. Lois said, "Everyone that comes to work with you comes ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work. I suppose that's mostly true. However, I had somewhat ...