Econo Lodge & Suites
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... and a generous food allowance of $4.60 per person for 3 meals a day!
The other kind-of-goodbye is for Ms. Nancy McDaniel who has been with Habitat Tuscaloosa as an unpaid volunteer and then 2 terms as almost-unpaid AmeriCorps National working with us. Nancy also worked with me in Port Sulphur, La before this and was a great help in both missions. She just finished leading the Women's Build home here ...
... 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 ...
... of sad.
My mom's side is of Irish ancestry. Dorney (pronounced Dawney up in Boston) was her maiden name. Mom was, I would say a staunch Roman Catholic. When she and my dad were courting, there was some hesitance on whether they should marry or not, since my dad was Jewish.
My dad told me that he prayed to God to ask for a sign if he should marry my mom. The house
where he was living at the time, the roof had ...
... trailers had been donated to us. We had them moved to Juanita Drive on what will be a future home site 18 months or so from now. We built a ramp and stairs up to a 4 foot deep landing at the back of both the trailers. One will be used for materials and the other will be used for tool storage. We set up lights in both so that we can see what we've got and also built new and improved shelving ...
... plates of the interior and exterior walls and how to label them and stack them up to getr ready for the start.
At the end of the day yesterday, we had all of the walls up and top plated, lined and braced, porch beam installed ( almost dropped it going up when the temp braces started to pull away- that would have made a bad impression on the volunteers. Set scaffold three planks wide on 2 1/2 sides of ...