Florida Hurricane 9/13

Literally everything was great! Initially, I was asked to help with housekeeping and cooking, but I was hoping that I’d get a chance to help with the projects, too. But then it was only a small team and I got to help with the chainsaw work and had the opportunity to meet with the homeowners. Experiencing the southern hospitality was also amazing! I didn’t realize how polite everyone is in the south. One of the couples reminded me of my grandparents and made me miss them… it started storming while I was working on their property and they invited me in until the rain let up again and we talked while it rained. When I arrived to get the paperwork signed, the older lady asked if I could pray with them, and then, again, after we were done working on their property. That was really special to me, too.
Oftentimes, the homeowners invited us for a meal while we were cleaning up their property, we’d sit around the table and hold hands and pray, it was special. Working with the homeowners, getting to know them and seeing their gratitude… in spite of all the losses, they were so grateful that they still had their family and were still alive.

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