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Pam and Joan and I ran a few errands in town and then returned to her house where I packed up the car and repacked Adam's car for its storage location on their property for a few months.
I did some yard work and trimmed some bushes in front of their house until I got stung by a wasp. I haven't gotten stung in many years. Joan's remedy worked like a champ - she rubbed aloe on it. She broke off a section of a leaf and it took out the sting instantly.
I have a lot of work to do on tracking expenses so I spent time with that and will doing more today on it.
In the mid afternoon I got a call from Wycliffe Associates.
She followed up and sent me a handbook document we need to read. It contains policies and regulations and conduct procedures that volunteers need to agree with and follow. We also need to complete some paperwork and then wait for approval and acceptance to participate in their volunteer activities.
Yesterday I also started the process with the Knoxville Habitat for Humanity organization.
Virginia Beach is next. I'll go to that web site and find their information and start that approval process too.
We are looking forward to the time when we get back to more of a routine and are able to spend some time volunteering at one of these places. It will still be a few weeks before we can start swinging hammers again, but for now we can do the preparation and planning to make that happen.
Thanks for viewing the Roadrunner Chronicles today. And thanks for your many comments too! Hope your week is going well.