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Friday, July 9, 2010

Friday, July 9, 2010

"It is not possible to live for everyone else but it is possible to include everyone else in decisions."  Bryon Pulsifer

Reflection last night had us focus on what it is about the PVs and the West Virginia experience that we would like to be able to take with us and recreate at home.  We went around the circle and shared our thoughts.

The weather finally broke for us today, so it was a little cooler and a little wetter.   The morning started of with our weekly "chores" as folks are calling it.  Friday is the day we all chip in and clean the school top to bottom.  Boy is it shiny and clean smelling!

Today was also our non-home repair day, so we had a lot of different activities going on throughout the county.We had our weekly home repair class at St. Vincent DePaul, we continued with tutoring, we helped UGWA with a trash cleanup project, we sent our first crew to the "new" Glen Rogers Manor, there were a couple of runs to the house in Pineville to pick up supplies for next week's projects and there were visits to old friends.  All in all it was busy, yet relaxing day.

Tonight's dinner is a scrumptious meal of adobo chicken and fried rice.  Yummy, yummy.

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