Memories, like birds, fleeting. They must be grasped and held in heart's hands.
Now that the major renovations in the main building are completed, we can take a look at a few things new at the chapel end. The road back to the faculty parking lot was in great need of repair after all the daily use by the construction machines.
Can you see five men in the first pic? Blogger threw in the second pic. so that you could see the roller ready to do its thing. Can you see five men in this pic?
The next two pictures are inside the chapel, of course, the lower one may be familiar to you, but you may not have seen the board placed in the center. Blogger thinks that it will hold the fixtures for attaching the cross to the surface of the final altar piece. The upper pic. shows some advancement in the back part of chapel which will become the reflection space. What's notable in this shot which you haven't seen before is the lit passageway from the elevator to the 1 1/2 level. (The next two half floor levels do not have that configuration for getting into the hallways, but each has a slightly different design ((if that makes sense)).) (Blogger doesn't know you're seeing, but every time she looks at this photo, the column on the right looks like it's leaning. It isn't--just to reassure you!)
We'll move back outside again to check on a key component to the entrances to the north end of the building. This pic. was taken the day before the blacktop job was begun, you will notice. It is outside the entrance to the president's suite.
A good place to end for this week's report. We are hoping that the momentum we are seeing in these will continue at its recent speed.
Tune in for the further adventures, hopefully, needless to say. Be good to yourself so that you can be your best self--God uses our dispositions for His purposes. Amen!