Ice Cream & Donuts … and LOTS of Hard Work!

Posted: October 10, 2018 in Brooklyn2018
Well our breakfast this morning with Gary did not disappoint.  He surprised us and brought speciality donuts. He loves when a team from our church visits – he’s so kind.  They were melt in your mouth delicious.
We then were tasked for our jobs for the day.  Kayla and Andrea washed all the windows outside the building on the first and second floor.  Let’s just say they may not be able to lift their hands above the heads tomorrow when they wake up.
Christopher and Lincoln went with Padro and cleaned all the heat pump vents on the 5th floor of the building. May not seem like a big deal but 50 filters later is a lot of filters.
Nick and Marni painted 8 of the main doors and some rails in the building.  There is constant traffic through this area, and some interns may not have noticed ALL our wet paint signs and ended up a little grey….lol.
Cheryl began the mural in the visitors kitchen.  As we finished our jobs for the day we all worked on it at some point.
Then coming home from another grocery run, we heard a delightful sound echoing in the streets….again it’s been about 30-35 degrees here all day while we have been working.  The picture tells it all, an ice cream truck.  We were so excited we practically chased it til it came down our street.
We went in after our pre-supper dessert and had “Taco Tuesday” with the interns in their cafeteria.  Bruce invited us earlier in the day, as it was his specialty.  Christopher made the team homemade chocolate chip oatmeal cookies as a bedtime snack while we closed they day off with devotions.
It was a great day!  Lots of work, yet very satisfying and fulfilling.  We all look forward to our tasks tomorrow!

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