My man is incredibly handy to have around...he's a plumber, an electrician, a landscaper and a one man demolition crew! ::snort::
See the grain in the buckets? Thankfully, I've learned to buy in buckets since being in the military.
We were able to bless two sisters who are building a commercial kitchen for their catering business. They took the "computer lab," the counter/drawers in the workshop and the big work bench type thing. The boys had fun jumping from the trailer to the mattress down below.
Throw in chapel, lunch, moving into the trailer, moving furniture and paintball for a full Sunday. The younger ones are having a hard time grasping that we are IN the trailer but we are NOT playing....we are going back to work.
Mike is at the office today, I'm going to try to get things cleaned for the packers, shop for PWOC mementos, and work on a graduation display board....and get announcements ready. Jamin addressed many...I just need to finalize them.
~ Coram Deo ~
Living all of life before the face of God...