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... to Jocelyn's safe and sound, right at 7. I was SO happy to get out of my car. I was on the road from 9 in the morning until 7 in the evening with a few pee breaks and two stops at the Harley store. I broke 1,000 miles today and I'm starting to feel the aches. I was a little nervous to couch surf. I mean, who wouldn't be? You're staying on someone's couch who you've never met before. Anything could happen! Luckily Jocelyn didn't end up being a creepy old guy. ...
... and Brandon told her to take the day off, even though she offered to come in and help.
So, at the 8:30 morning gathering and meeting, I am surrounded by thirty ready, willing and able young men and women, anxious to get to work. Internally, I was reminding myself of part B of my motto. Steady pressure and don't panic. After our introductions, safety speech (don't drink the paint), and ...
... unoccupied Habitat home until November, when the new owners will move in.
This past week we didn't have out of town volunteers working with us again. Brandon set up the schedule this week for us to do this and that instead of working on the two homes that are under construction. We own two 55 foot trailers (like the kind you see going down the highways) that we use to store tools in one ...
... 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 ...
... generally college and HS students. Project Children places them in host families around the country, so they also have a chance to taste a bit of American lifestyles.
This is the third year that Project Children has worked with Habitat Tuscaloosa. Denis and about six adult leaders or chaperones are the only returnees, all of the students only come to participate once. Pat and Gwen Kelly, an American couple ...