Monday, November 9, 2009

Rebuilding- A Celebration in Progress

Rebuilding a school takes time. Our noses have been pressed against the construction crew's fences for the last couple of months. There hasn't been a lot to see--mainly building materials and dirt.
But then last week, the cement trucks came rolling into Tiny Town. A lot of cement trucks. The teachers weren't jumping up and down-- but close!



This is one wing of our new high school. It doesn't look like much. But looking out from a trailer classroom--the view is nothing short of spectacular! I wonder if those workmen know that they are laying down the ground floor of all of our hopes?

4 comments:

Gayle said...

How wonderful that you are beginning to see work being done!

Shannon said...

Thanks for the blog comments! I just read through your posts about the tornado - what a tragedy - but so good to see progress now I am sure. I am a tornado wimp. Used to live in Tulsa, OK and have husbands family in Wichita. Nothing like driving back and forth through tornado alley in the summer. I have to tell you, you look so much like my college roommate (whom I dearly love) it is scary. Take it as a compliment!

:: elk :: said...

i know you must be so excited and thankful!! Love your sophomore comments in the other post too...I can relate!

Christina said...

this has to be so exciting. i was always a day dreamer, when i sat near the window, at school. i would be in real trouble, with this fun going on.
xo