Panoramic Pigment Placement

Today both teams did panoramic pigment placement (as Kevin would say), also known as painting walls. 😉

Team Carl continued their work on finishing up Adrienne’s home with paint and other final touches. They had hoped to finish the house this week, but both of our teams will be working cleanup at basecamp tomorrow. They said farewell to Adrienne, John and their grandson this afternoon before wrapping up for the day.

Team Carla was able to get a primer coat of paint on a majority of the house they had been working on earlier in the week. They were also able to meet Shun and her son, Courtney, who were at the house all day working alongside the team.

We also learned something new about Texas today…  It’s not unheard of to see a horse trotting down the road on it’s own for an afternoon stroll. Team Carl had quite the show as a horse walked by the house twice.

-Sarah & the entire Disaster Rebuild GO Team

4 thoughts on “Panoramic Pigment Placement

  1. Great job working on this home and making a difference in the lives of those impacted by the disaster. Keep up the good work!

  2. sarah you could of went horse back riding!! Have a great night and a super day tomorrow. all y’all have done real good blessing these families with hope and love. blessings, christine

  3. So cool that you guys have been able to meet the homeowners! How wonderful. I can’t believe it’s already your last day “on the job” tomorrow. Time flies when you’re serving. I pray that you are able to have more opportunities to spread God’s love as you finish up your time in Texas.

  4. Great job team! Looking forward to hearing the stories! Have fun on the trip back and drive safely.

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