First of all, Mary is doing much better. We covered her with some heavy duty prayers at Bible study on Tuesday morning and from the sounds of things (her on Facebook) she is doing exactly what she needs to do to stop satan's attacks! Please keep praying for her as school doesn't start for about 2 weeks and we all know just how relentless satan can be!
Monty is nearing the completion of the mobile home he has been rebuilding these past few weeks. The new owner loves to stop by and check on his progress. She is ready to go and he's ready to be done!
Today was my powerwashing day. I had planned on doing Ms Betty's mobile home and when I got in the swing of it I did our whole house after doing hers! Yes, I am nuts and yes, more than a bit tired but our white vinyl siding is once again white! It's things like this that just don't get done when we are out in the field and with this hurricane season bearing down on us I just figured . . .
Speaking of which, seems like tropical storm Emily has dissolved and will only bring the threat of some heavy rains. Praise God!
And speaking of rains --- we tied the only existing record for consecutive days of 90 degrees or higher == 19 in a row! And believe it or not tomorrow is forecast to be a high of 89! I think I might need a sweatshirt! :)
Tomorrow I have an appointment with the store who is helping us design our new IGO Disaster Relief tshirts! Every disaster organization is known by their shirts and Monty came up with a great idea and James turned it into a design. The back has the logo just like our truck magnets (you can look back and see pics) and the front has an arrow across the chest area with the top line saying "IGO" and underneath printed in the arrow "where He sends me." We will work on colors tomorrow and hopefully get things nailed down.
If you would like to purchase a shirt just let me know. I don't know the cost yet but will let you know if you're interested. I will put a pic on here as soon as I can.
Until next time . . . blessings to all. Susan and Monty