Good People

We were looking to repair damage done to the apartment from an upstairs water leak, and the first estimate was too high.  Putting our trust in the Lord, we answered a newspaper ad for a handyman, and fortunately he was also registered to clean up mold.  Things are proceeding at a regular pace.

We are so dependent on people being honest that we don’t even notice, most people are.  Little do we appreciate the progress we have made in this as a civilization, judging from Dickens’ characters. 

Rocky, the handyman, struck me as a hard working man, who had helped raise his brothers in a large family.  He wasn’t the oldest, but had assumed that responsible position.

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