It is much harder to hammer nails than you might think. I could either hit the nail hard or straight, there was really no doing both. Since most of what needed to be done required a ladder and being more than two rungs up petrifies me, I was thankful they were accommodating and found odd jobs for me like removing nails from supports and picking up scrap pieces.
Only having volunteered in the office or ReStore, this was my first time on a job site. I hurt. But it was rewarding and I got to go with a group of people I really enjoyed working with. No longer can I say I’ve never used a staple gun.
i am so proud of you for helping with such a great project!!!!!
Thank you Terry 🙂
It’s a great organization.
Kyllan Brindle said:
It takes all kinds right? You in a hardhat? Looks like a possible Picture it and Write prompt for future Sundays to me.
ROFLMAO I will take that into consideration.
congrats, that’s awesome!
Thank you. With the build, the walk for Autism, walk for diabetes, and walk for the Make a Wish Foundation, I am going to lose 50 pounds by Christmas.
that’s even better! 🙂
Anne Schilde said:
I actually helped build a house before. Haha, I found that I can either hit my thumb hard, or hit it straight, so you’re one up on me there! Caulk guns can be another interesting challenge. Kudos on the work and your contribution!
Thank you, caulk guns are not something I have had to struggle with… yet. 🙂