Monday, January 25, 2016
"...and there was Light."
Heartfelt thanks to the soon-to-be Master Electrician, Chris Moore, for three trips from Cincy and three long days to bring power to the Studio. Your dad would be so proud of you. Special thanks to my amazing dad for countless hours helping Chris, advising us, digging trenches, providing his truck along with his military discount AND for bringing Resch's doughnuts for breakfast. Thanks to my sweet mom for listening and for encouraging me over endless cups of coffee, for supplying meals and snacks and being a dedicated cheerleader as we worked. A HUGE shout out to my generous brother-in-law, Mark Kilbarger of Kilbarger Home Builders for providing the insulation crew, etc. Special thanks to my husband, John for all the hard work he has lovingly contributed: physically, financially, emotionally and beyond. Thank you to my son, Vincent, for lifting, digging, carrying and stopping to help wherever and whenever needed, always with a laugh or two. Thank you to my daughter, Holly Kay for helping me keep the dream alive, for running errands and delivering the caffeine on occasion. Thanks to my brother, Jack Moore, who truly IS a "Jack of all trades" for his help yesterday in finishing up the electrical work. (He sings, too!) Special thanks to my dear brother, Dan Moore, and sweet sister, Debbie Kilbarger for the many phone calls and texts of affection and advise which mean the world to me. And to ALL OF YOU, Dear Friends and Family, who overwhelm me with your kindness, interest and encouragement throughout. The Sunshine Studio is far from complete but it is no longer just a dream. There is literally LIGHT at the end of the tunnel! (And HEAT, too!!!)
Bless you all.
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