The bricks from this barn will soon become Marcela's and Ceferino's (and their five kids') house.
Sometimes the cross is heavy, and it hurts, and it cuts your hands and makes you sweat. The cross of Calvary, True Love, an example we Christ-followers are called to walk in and to imitate.
Sometimes the cross takes the everyday form of bricks. LOTS of bricks.
|the barn before|
|the inside of the barn|
|the top half of the building's bricks dismantled|
|all taken down by hand|
|Victor sledgehammering the bricks out|
|Tony and Victor working hard|
|they couldn't start one of the hand machines, so wrapped a wire around it and pulled hard til it started|
|the first shipment of bricks ready to be loaded -|
the church's pick-up truck in the background, being put to good use
|loading the bricks onto the flatbed for delivery|
|Tony, always smiling :)|
|loaded and ready for delivery|
|arriving at Marcela and Ceferino's (I can't say house, because they don't have live in one yet)|
|unloading the bricks|
|Tony, Victor, and Dani after a hard week's work|