Last week we considered new terrazzo and wall boarding, chapel sanctuary advances, and finishing up kitchen and cafeteria rooftop vent components. Blogger would love to show you what has happened in each of these areas this past week, but alas, she has lost track of the whereabouts of her iPad. Not good, thumbs down, hair loss time (she pulling hers). St. Anthony and deceased family members on vaca on some other cloud, while the Lord waits patiently and lovingly for blogger to get her act together. And on top of all that, next week she will be on a desperately needed retreat in Chardon, OH and will not be able to post a blog. This will give all of you a measure of rest. Right now she can give you only a few updates from the past week.
Chapel: the tile work (off-white stonework you saw in last week’s blog) seems not to have been worked on. Perhaps there’s some duct work and similar going on up in the ceiling area—hard for blogger to say or see.
Kitchen: much banging around in there, but again it’s the kind of thing a lay person like blogger (i.e. lay outside of the professional) to recognize, let alone identify. Certainly duct/electrical must be part of the mix. Below, the art dept. has the floor cleared so that the electricians it al can do whatever for the sake of the kitchen above (blogger thinks that's part of it anyway; the other part may be the re-marking of exiting wires which is going on elsewhere in the building).
Classrooms 207 and 307 that were shortened to allow for a passage way from new elevator to main corridor have wall boarding up and continue to have electrical work being done. As you saw last week, the new terrazzo connecting room flooring into the main corridor is completed now and blends in perfectly. The new flooring tiles in one of the rooms has broad dark bands with lighter tiles in between that looks all the world like terrazzo. Clever and effective.
Lest the repetition of the word terrazzzzo is making you sleepy, blogger with bring this report to a close. Have a good snooze. God bless, and remember to keep blogger and all other hapless folk in your prayers