Memories like birds, fleeting. They must be grasped and held in heart's hands.
Things are still busy in a few areas of the school. Looking at the tower, we see two men (same two for the tower top project, it seems) up in their basket lift, prepping the top for finishing. This is true of the second photo, but in that, blogger wants to demonstrate the risks these men take--climbing out of the basket and stepping higher.
Moving down into chapel area which is awaiting many finishing touches. The first photo shows that the windows have been installed in the tower area and the west windows of the chapel. The second photo shows the prep for the stained glass windows' return, with the grooves in the frame work waiting for the glass itself.
The first photo shows that the windows have been installed in the tower area and the west windows of the chapel. The second photo shows the prep for the stained glass windows' return, with the grooves in the frame work
waiting for the glass itself.
In the next photo, you get a look at the back of the supports for the sanctuary background (you've seen the front of the whole array of supports previously). In the final photo you can get a hint of work that still must be accomplished in the chapel. Recall that this area was almost untouched during the summer while the men were, blogger is supposing, working elsewhere on some other project. Now that those areas may not be available or maybe finished, they are back with this contract. The last photo from chapel gives a hint of much work ahead.
The last two shots give a definite feeling that the kitchen will soon be functioning (word is out that it should be ready before the end of this week).
Look closely at the photo on the left and you will see that the tile is in two different patterns and colors (side and back walls). The students will no doubt notice. One student told blogger the other day that she is so impressed with the color introduced in the cafeteria, suggesting that it seems to bring the room into the 21st. century. It brought to blogger's mind the cafeteria at 5th. Street, and how hard the Sisters worked to make it warm and pleasant, even thought it was a basement room with high windows and low ceiling.
As time marches on this week, blogger may be able to spot other new things to share with you. Until she can, aufwiedersehen. God bless, and keep looking to spot God's hidden marvels.