A Sharpie, a Counter, and a Saw

Brad, Kevin, Sarah, Laura and Gary went to the same house and continued working on the flooring and preparing (sanding) the walls. We also took off the security bars from the windows in preparation for texture spraying. Kevin helped our leader, Jerry, install a door, which was complicated because the opening was too small and not plumb. Kevin asked Jerry a bunch of questions, but Jerry kept shutting him out. 😐

Kevin tried out his tool belt for the first time. The belt contained the only tool he knows how to use, a Sharpie.

Laura and Gary finished the flooring in a bedroom. They really enjoyed showing off their work before it gets covered with protective cardboard (Ram Board).

Scott, Heather, Dan, and our Illinois friends also returned to the same house and finished the countertop and installed the sink, which looks beautiful.

Dan did what he does best, sawed wood. Occasionally, he was awake.


-Kevin &Β the entire Disaster Rebuild GO Team

5 thoughts on “A Sharpie, a Counter, and a Saw

  1. You guys are wonderful! Keep up the hard work. I know the homeowners will enjoy all of your hard work for years to come!

  2. shine on all y’all!! may our Abba bless y’all with a healing sleep and the mind of
    Christ and maybe some of his carpentry skills too…that would be cool..blessings christine

  3. I can’t wait to see more of your photos! These projects are turning out wonderfully! So so proud of you guys and your dedication.

    Also, I’m going to guess that it was Heather who forgot chapstick. And Dan, since you’re occasionally awake — maybe you forgot the pillow?


    I’m excited for more stories. Enjoy your time together, we are praying for you!!

  4. Thanks for sharing… amazing job! So encouraging to read these entries and see the immediate results of your hard work!

  5. Yay! Glad everyone is getting to use their skills and humor! God bless you. Special hello to Laura… looking lovely on the floor πŸ˜‰. Your Encounter group is praying for you, the team, and the beneficiaries of your help. Thanks for being the hands and feet of God.

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