house 2 (since 2010) actos medication recall Cardito Since 2010 this house has been the place, where we live, pray, work. Here we celebrated our Sunday Services until May 2018. https://ynergy.fr/97590-rencontre-correze-tulle-4262/ Since end of July 2009 we have rented this house. As it was had been unoccupied for several years, a lot of renovation had to be done. In 2010 we finally could move in. There is a big room in the first floor. Our big house in 2012, seen from the way leading to our primary school. On the first floor left hand you can see our kitchen. In front of the house you see the big concrete vessels (1000 l or 1200 l each) for service water, used for washing and flushing the toilet. At the moment we have 12 of theses vessels at our big house. Most of them are connected via tubing to a pump, that gives water pressure to the taps and toilet flushs in the house and to the water supply in the garden. Our big house seen from the main road. The big room in the first floor is used as dining room, living room and, as seen here, as the room, where the children met at Saturday morning. Here they prepare baking bread. . On Sunday we had our services in this room until May 2018. Here Christine preaches. For the Sunday service we move the table to the wall ant put the chairs for the visitors into the room. In the background left hand you see the keyboard used to accompagny the praise. Because of the hot and humid climate here we nearly always need fans in our house. Christine preaches about Romans 5, 1 – 5. At the 6th anniversary of our marriage. At the 6th anniversary of our marriage. For the work in the kitchen we need a lot of fresh air, but no insects and no cats. As in Thailand the temperatures are always above freezing, water pipes can be can be mounted in the open. Normally light blue PVC tubes are used, that can easily be cut to size and connected by a certain glue. To lay tubes, therefore, is much easier and cheaper than in Europe. As houses in Thailand never need heating installations and no thermal insulation, building houses and rents are much cheaper in Thailand than in Europe. We built a well ventilated shed into our vegetable garden. This shed makes our main building more agreeable by providing additional storage room. This shed is a home for our garden tools also.