How much is enough?

On Thursday, Governor Polis issued a stay at home order, so Jennifer and I walked around the block a few times together. We talked. We felt the warm sun on our faces. We noticed the new green tufts of grass in the neighbor’s yard. We’ll probably need to mow in a week or two. A few yellow daffodils are spreading their wings. The tulips look promising in the front flower beds at church. Will they bloom at Easter? Tim’s aging old hound walked gingerly toward us. We said, “hello” as only old friends can do. I rang the church bell twelve times at twelve noon, once for each of the original disciples and to remind myself and all of us who we follow. Amidst the cloud of unknowing, is this enough?

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Tandana building project updates

December 19, 2020

Dear Tandana Friends and Supporters,

The construction has officially begun for the health center!  The contractor, the masons, and some residents of Sal laid out the corners and built a water reservoir to store water for mixing cement and for other purposes throughout the construction. In some of the attached photos, you can see the piles of stones and sand that have been brought to the site.

 

January 14, 2021

Dear Tandana Friends and Supporters,

Progress continues on the construction of the health center.  The inspector recently visited again and made some valuable observations about the height of the ceilings.  I'm attaching some photos so you can see how it's going.  Thank you so much for making this project possible!