Mexico: The Building

November 30, 2007

Two major character that has rose from two slabs of cement were the buildings that we built. One a house (which was pretty much completed before 2 o’clock the first day) and the second a community center. The house was for a pastor at the church and his family. Before we got to Mexico, his family was living at the church. While he was sleeping in a tent on the property that we would be building on. The community center being a much bigger job is where the majority of people helped with. Plus, we all knew that a group of rockin’ girls (code named: The pterodactyls) would be able to handle the completion of the home.

The community center entailed us building 16 foot high walls, and 24 truces. It became very humbling and scary event as soon as those walls and pieces of wood got into the air. We didn’t have enough time to finish the center, however, the next group will be able to finish the sheathing. And before you know it those kids will be playing volleyball indoors.


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