Sunday, February 10, 2008


Here are some of the photos of Bridgette working on the floor. Also a picture of Jeremy taking down some sort of cabinet with an old vent hood attached. Not sure who made that cabinet! I looked just a little bit redneck so we figured we would dispose of it! LOL! I will be going back over to help them again today. I have been working the past two Sundays with them and have missed out on going to church. It is just such a long drive there and I really need to get an early start. This will be the last weekend I will go and then I can get back on track with my own things that need done.


Kimmie said...

Hi Sondra;

What a hard job...looks great though. Can't wait to see it all come together.

I just wanted to tell you that I have been praying for you and that God has a little something special for you this week ;-)

mama to 6
one homemade and 5 adopted

Sharon said...

What a great aunt you are! I can't believe how much you are helping them, how sweet of you. I bet she will remember these days and how you have helped her whole life, and the beauty is you are getting just as much of out it in return!

:) Sharon

Joyfull said...

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Love you blog!

Joyfull said...

I meant "love your blog", typing too fast!

jennifer said...

BUSY BUSY BUSY! Good luck with the project - Jennifer

Lori said...

In answer to your question on my blog.

Al went to college and got a teaching degree. Then he took one more class in Prevention in Care of Athletic Energies. Which allowed him to be an assistant in any sport. To be a head coach you have to take a specific class in that specific sport.
Al is a wrestling, track, cross country, football coach.
Right now he just coaches wrestling and football.

Crystal said...

Wow! I don't envie that task at all. I remember when we were selling our condo a few years ago and we tiled the hallway to the bathroom and just that seemed to take forever. My hubby and parents and I were working on it right up until the open house! Amazingly that place sold quick, I'd like to think it was all our hard work.

Be sure a new hood goes in. After my kitchen fire I worry about any kitchen that doesn't have proper ventilation. I'm certain on of the things that saved my kitchen was my ventilation!

Can't wait to see the after pictures! I'm sure they appreciate all the hard work!