|Needed a shield from the rain|
Flash back: I am a tactile person so we measured everything (building and shelving) and I made my scale drawing with graph paper. I like to move the little pieces around and can be quite creative without throwing out my back (or someone else's) moving furniture. As the project became a reality, I did move everything over to a home design program my husband has so we can move things and take a virtual walk-through to make sure everything will work with minimal, I hope, on-site chaos.
Tomorrow will be fun, we are going to have a family work day to finish up the shelves. It's B.Y.O.P... "Bring Your Own Picnic". If you are in the area, stop by for a few minutes to work, chat, fellowship, or just to pray and be thankful for this awesome opportunity God has blessed us with.
'Til next time!
|Kevin Graham and Leeman Sebastian (below) have been our afternoon relief|
|Just as we start to tire out, Leeman and Kevin (above) replenish our strength and keep us going!|
|Scott Refilong and Janny (below) split their time morning and afternoon|
|In the morning Janny and Scott (above) pretend they don't have class later and after math, they are ready with some extra energy!|
|Tyler Mesubed is the genius behind the rain shield. Simple and functional work every time!|
|Everly Ngirarikel has been a tireless machine all week!|