The world needs dreamers and the world needs doers. But above all, the world needs dreamers who do. ~ Sarah Ban Breathnach
With just a little rain to slow us down, we’re making progress on Casita del Corazon, a place where families with children who have disabilities will be able to find therapy, education and respite.
Thanks to Shirley and Byron for time in awkward positions painting the insides of kitchen cupboards and fixing plumbing. Byron swears we only take photos of him when he's under a sink.
Byron and Steve work on refinishing a door at Casita del Corazon. The glass was donated by Lucy at a local store. Our local supporters are very generous.
After two hard days of scraping off old tar, Gary and Ray finish sealing the roof on Casita del Corazon. The roof has been leaking badly, preventing interior repairs.
Ray leads a crew of hardy volunteers who have spent several days working on the roof.
Brush and garbage from around the house fill dozens of trash bags waiting to be hauled away.
The courtyard has been cleared of debris and now serves as a great outdoor work space.
After dozens of volunteer hours of scraping the walls, painting has begun.
Roger says he's gotten sort of attached to the roof he's been working on for three days. Or is he just stuck to the tar?