Monthly Archives: January 2014

And We’re Off…

Well, after speaking with Eddie and the kind folks at the Catholic Worker House two weeks ago, things are moving forward and gaining momentum! Since then: I’ve gotten estimates for a new septic and field drain. I’ve gotten the permit process … Continue reading

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Thanks Gainesville Catholic Workers

This past Thursday evening I had the pleasure of sharing my PowerPoint presentation about BPC 270 at the Gainesville Catholic Worker Green House.   (http://gainesvillecw.org) I was welcomed with such warmth and hospitality that Fred Beltram’s story just flowed with … Continue reading

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Septic and Water and Electric – Oh My!

Ok – so I really don’t know that much (i.e., “nothing”) about building and construction.  Getting the septic, water and electric up and running are a bit of a challenge. With a little help, though, I know we will get … Continue reading

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The Start of a Plan

Be sure to check out the Plan Page above to see the WHO, WHAT, and HOW of this project!        Yesterday (January 3), I met with Eddie from Stephenson Septic. “I’m sorry, ma’am, I won’t be able to … Continue reading

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A Heart for Vets

I am not sure why, but I’ve always had a heart for vets – even before I became one. I remember as a kid my favorite TV shows were “Hogan’s Heroes” and “MASH”.  I cried watching “Platoon”. Then I remember marching in … Continue reading

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